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We had one more uncle to visit, in Toulouse. Stayed one night and met another set of nice and kind people.
After the lunch below, we visited an old school friend of G in Toulouse and took off further north.

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We had plans to reach J, G’s older brother. Though as we were cruising in the camping car we decided to stop one night wherever we found a nice stop. And it turned out to be the most beautiful spot along the trip! How happy were we?? VERY!

So this is a small lake where we parked and stayed for the night. Opposite we had about 4 houses. Nobody was there, it was calm and simply strikingly beautiful!

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On this crookie jetty we spent several hours when the night came. We had a clear sky, so we laid down with a blanket and stared at the stars. No cars, no wind, no mosquitoes, no cold just perfect! ❤
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Can you see it? 😉

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This is my favorite photo! The jetty was more flat in the end but it was very crooky as you can see here.

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Next day we took off to meet up big brother and some friends. He has a small truck which is similar to a camping car on the inside. After some turns we finally found them and the: Cascades de Murel. We parked at the parking space, perfectly and stayed the night.

We parked tactically and made our own little yard. It was awesome 🙂Image

 

Cars continued parking behind us and we sort of took the “end point” of the parking area.

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Washing dishes after dinner

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And of course we took the tour to watch the cascades. Here is the starting point, the start is flat. 100 meters later it is time to climb!Image

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When we returned we continued having a wet evening and then we finally went to sleep.

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The next day we had company. The girl on the pic below passed by the day before and returned this morning…with newly baked croissants!! Sometimes I just love strangers!!

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On our way back we saw this and stopped to have a look at the dam at the top, 119 meters.

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Coming up: my sister came to visit! 😀

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