Saturday, March 20, 2010

A Mornning View Of Our Château

Yes. Our château. Ok, not really, but we think of it as ours since it's right next door*. From this perspective you can see both the remnants of the medieval castle (left) and the renaissance wing (right).

Le château de St.-Aignan.

The building at street level with the green storefront is the St.-Aignan tourist office. Again, this photo is taken from the Place du 14 Juillet.

*It's not literally right next door. We're about 3 kilometers from town.

9 comments:

  1. I just checked your weather gage : 17 C (63 F) at 3.15 pm. Spring is here and I am so happy for you.
    Have you changed your clocks yet?

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  2. Wow! You live in an amazing place. :)

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  3. Um, OK... I thought that was your chateau and the place getting the new stairs is the country house.

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  4. Is that "right next door", 3km in Loire parlance...?

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  5. I just noticed that you posted the poem "Spring has sprung..."

    That is too funny. My grandmother(born 1895)used to recite that to me.

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  6. Diogenes, do I read your nice comments on Joe Jervis blog?

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  7. Looks like the trees are starting to bud. It shouldn't be too long until spring.

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  8. Eek! chm, why yes you do read them on Joe Jervis' blog. I am so busted!

    C'est un petit monde.

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  9. nadege, we change our clocks on the 28th, a week from now.

    writer, yes, we agree!

    diogenes, if only... And yes, my dad used to say that poem all the time.

    stephen, a country kilometer.

    starman, let's hope so! I'm ready.

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