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Mirrors and mist in Bordeaux

Miroir d’eau, or Miroir des Quais, Bordeaux, May 2017

 


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 28 March 2019
Posted as part of #spikysquares

 

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  1. Very pretty yacth basin. I would hate to try navigating my boat out in the fog. We have visited relatives there who branch from those not coming to America in the late 1700’s, a couple of times. The generations now haven’t come here. Picou and Pitre. The Pitre’s left their family name on a chateau across the river in the Graves area, they make and sell a red Graves wine. Chartres (spelling??) Pitres. It is sold here. We drop in when we are in the area, come home with a couple of half cases. The new owners are glad to see us and to visit for a bit.
    Come peek in,
    https://jimmiehov7.blogspot.com/2019/03/a-fish-bird-plants-and-spiky-day-of.html?m=1
    ..

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