SPRINGTIME DURING COVID MEANS PICNICS

Perhaps the one thing that bothers us the most about the COVID pandemic is the closing of our favorite restaurants. If I had to name one thing that makes our move to France worth the effort, it would be the incredibly fresh and tasty food and wine. Of course, Cathey is still a truly amazing cook. But she does enjoy going to one of our favorite restaurants and sampling the work of our local chefs.

Maybe we can't go out to eat at a restaurant these days, but with the weather warming up as spring approaches, we can still go out to eat. We picnic. Here are some pics from our recent forays around the region. 

GRUISSAN 

Our first picnic, on a breakwater by the Med.



BOUZIGUES




ROQUEBRON









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