Froissey & Feuillères

On Saturday morning we headed a short distance to Froissey where we have stayed before but we hadn’t managed to time it right for either Le P’tit Train or the café selling crèpes. We did this time!

The train ride was quite fun – furthest away from the boat I’m been in a month – if a little bit rattly and rolly. It took us up into the countryside, now all industrial type farming with huge fields. Much of the wheat had already been harvested but some of the vegetable crops were wilting because of the weather. Huge watering machines were in operation.

The train museum had some interesting exhibits and information. Armies on both sides constructed railways to transport troops, weapons and ammunition to the front.

After our exhilarating train ride we repaired to the little café for crèpes with ice cream and local cider. Delicious.

On Sunday at 8.20am Adrian discovered he could use the Somme app to book ecluses. He booked for 9am – so we had to jump to it and we were off by 8.30am heading for our final stop on the Somme at Feuillères and Sunday lunch at the Restaurant du Port. Adrian’s starter was a bit daunting, even for him. Not much more to say on that except that it was delicious and resulted in a long siesta afterwards!

Author: mistyjf

I have been boating in Europe since 2009 when I shipped Misty Morning to France. Time & life move on! Adrian, my new partner, & I bought Piedaleau in 2015 to continue and expand our European boating adventures.

2 thoughts on “Froissey & Feuillères”

  1. That was some starter…I’d be finished with facing that! Hope the heat has subsided a bit. Bern and Henk having a lovely time heading away from Decize. I’ve just come back from Canberra where our daughter in law, Kate, was sworn in as one of quite a few new Independents. She gave her first speech, took us to a sumptuous lunch in the Members Restaurant. We also sat in on Question Time. I have never walked so fast up and down so many stairs nor run down so many loooong corridors ever! Not a lift to be seen! They forgot (young) my little legs and 82 years! But it was all marvellous. Both well but getting on.

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    1. Well done Kate! And well done you for keeping up with her!
      Hope we might get to see Henk & Bern when they get to Brugges. xx

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