So jealous! I want to go to Kate's ! Take pictures of your food!
Hope you had a good lunch and that your weather is less windy than ours :( Diane
After being served Floc du Gascogne by my elderly hostess in a tiny town in the Gers I searched for it everywhere, finally finding it at Nicolas. Doh! A great aperitif!
BrennaIt was a fantastic 26 hours with Kate. She's a gem!DianeThe wind can be very unsettling I know.We got lucky and had beautiful, sunny weather.Shelli and GeneWonderful stuff, isn't it! We live only a couple of hours from Gascony but never see it for sale down here.
what did you eat? can we trade life for just 26 hours ;-)
mariaWe had poule au pot for lunch on Sunday chez Kate and went to a little café in Nérac the following day for a delicious, simple lunch.I'm afraid I don't want to trade! :)
I'd love to visit Kate. I imagine it was wonderful. Happy birthday.
BarbaraIf you ever have the chance - GO!Kate is a wonderful woman and it is a beautiful place.Thanks for the birthday wishes. :)
lucky you! Hope you had a lovely lunch & that you're having a great birthday day :)
TuulaWe had a wonderful time, thanks. And thank you for the happy birthday wishes!
So, so lucky!
MardiKate's a great friend and I feel very fortunate to know her. And am happy that she lives so close!
My friend, blogger Farmgirl Susan, sent me a link to this post and it was like a breath of spring in the middle of a cold, snowy winter. Almost fifteen years ago my husband and I took my parents on Kate's barge for eight days. Heaven...Even my Type A husband said it was his favorite vacation ever. Thanks for the lovely photos.
judiThank you for your comment! I'm happy that the photos brought a bit of spring during your long winter.You should come back to France and stay in Kate's pigeonnier on the banks of the canal in Gascony. It is a heavenly, peaceful place!Please thank Susan for sharing the link with you. Her blog is one of my favorites!
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