PAGNOL – and Peanut Butter
PAGNOL AND PEANUT BUTTER
Finishing the very last of the AMERICAN Peanut Butter (Crunchy) on a piece of breakfast baguette , we sit on a big rock on that trail that Marcel Pagnol
used to walk and play as a boy and wrote about as a gifted adult. The apple stolen from the IBIS hotel (last week) is also smeared with the remaining peanut butter and we are having just a fine ‘ole time up in these hills. The hot sun on our faces is such a welcome after a cold cold winter (for the SOUTH), and now the cool air complements the sun. We have just walked about 30 minutes and have another 45 minutes to go. But we also know that when the brochures, the signs or the “Randonnee maps” say a particular time, we , the “Two Seniors that are not living life as a usual AARP members” STILL have to add about another 45 minutes to their schedule.
Doesn’t matter, what we see by HIKING, or “faire de la randonnee” (to go trekking) is more than ever expected. Walking even around our little neighborhood this morning before we left for La Treille, we saw so many things, trees, bushes, Mediterranean vistas, architecture, more trees, than we had ever discovered whizzing past by our little used voiture. HA! But ofcourse!
( contains no nitrates) and barium, (an alkaline-earth metal with anti-acid properties that is rarely found in such concentrations.) This spring water is particularly light. Did I say it was FREE?
This spring, whose age has been determined by carbon-14 dating at between 2,500 and 7,000 years, could well be, who knows, an elixir of youth, but I’m drinking a LOT of it cause of my knees and arthritis. I’ll keep you informed as how it goes………. 😉
Anyway, we need this water now on our trek on these hills. It’s hard to describe, even though that is what I strive to do in my writing, but now I’m just going to post some pictures and let you determine yourself what you think of Pagnol’s countryside.
Honestly, to me, it is so beautiful and even spiritual up here, I just shake my head in disbelief. The other hikers so pleasant and sincere in their “BONJOUR’s “ to us and their “Bon Promenade” (Good walking) their happy faces, it does us so much good to be here on a weekend taking in the beauty and walking these COLLINES – these HILLS……………
I wish I could bring every single person reading this, with me. There is SO MUCH to show you!!!! 🙂