On the road to Col de Noyer for a joy-ride, we stopped to give right-of-way to a resident. She let herself back into her barn. I guess it was dinner time for her.
What the road looked like on the way to the top of the pass. Purty narrow.
One of the three hosts at the hotel in St. Bonnet. The other two only had two legs each.
Lake Verdon, which incidentally is the photo for the month of June on my calendar.
Barcelonnette is known as a market town. No kidding. This lasted pretty much all day and even had matresses out on display. Here in Borgosesia, all that is left of the market is litter by 1pm.
Another joy-ride and another pass. They said it was closed and guess what...it was. We made it past two other ice blocks but this one stopped us.
Another type of life in the French Countryside. A marmot. We saw several playing by the road an many on look-out. Nice to see a bit of nature.
At the market in St. Bonnet we saw something else that is lacking at the Italian market. Live chickens!
There is a huge French/Mexican connection in Barcelonnette. Here is a Mexican restaurant. Every August, there is a Mexican festival....with TANGO!! Can you believe it? Why don't they do that here? For me!
Love the car! And who can resist the long haired beauty sitting in the front seat?