My son and I are leaving our small town in southeastern United States to live for a year in a small town in southeastern France. It couldn't possibly be THAT different, right?

Thursday, June 28, 2012


After classes on Tuesday, Caroline showed me around her village where she will only live for about two more months.  It's so small that cars have to stop before entering and park in a lot at the bottom of the hill.  Residents may park in the village center, but there's just not enough space for anyone else.   

The view on the way up the hill from the parking lot.  Caroline can see a little bit of this from her kitchen counter.

After having something cold to drink, we walked by these lavender fields on our way to the chapel in the distance.

The chapel

The lavender is beautiful right now, and it's everywhere!

Caroline's three children are in Corsica with their grandparents for a few weeks so instead of doing something for herself, she decided to entertain me.    

Lavender and mountains---I'm in Heaven!

Another breathtaking view.

The village of Puygiron in the distance.

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