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I crossed France from east to west to go eat oysters.
then I went down to Périgord to eat foie gras.
back home, in Alsace through the gorges of Ardeche.

12 hours on average on the bike.
20 stops fuel pumps.
no GPS.
just road maps and a backpack.
if anyone thinks we can not do miles with a Bobber, that he goes home, and with my 61 years, I explain that everything is possible.
if one wants. we can.
no matter the bike.















 

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consultation du GPS du 19ième siècle..




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Felication Pfen !


you did not go very far from home!
I am amazed by your fuel consumption: 3.6 L / 100
In Alsace too, foie gras is very famous, but it's true that for oysters ...
 

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Et tout ces kms, avec des poignets en mauvais état ??
oui, avec des broches dans celui de droite..et l'autre qui devrait être opéré bientôt.à cela tu ajouteras le crabe qui me bouffe et tu comprendras bien que j'en ai vraiment plus grand chose à faire de mon état de santé général.. demain sera peut être trop tard.. :frown2:
 

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I am SO envious! I have utter admiration for your sense of adventure (and your taste in food!). I really need to stop dreaming and actually do some touring on the continent.

You sir, are an inspiration.
 

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oui, avec des broches dans celui de droite..et l'autre qui devrait être opéré bientôt.à cela tu ajouteras le crabe qui me bouffe et tu comprendras bien que j'en ai vraiment plus grand chose à faire de mon état de santé général.. demain sera peut être trop tard.. :frown2:
Sorry, Squadron Leader; don't understand your banter...!!>:)

Nicely documented PFEN, looks like you had a great time! A lot of us have had to be very patient through this last winter, and at last the spring is here in northern Europe!
Let the good times roll!!:grin2:

Cheers!
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I think you qualify for the board 'Iron Butt' reward for the year :)
 
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Sorry, Squadron Leader; don't understand your banter...!!>:)

Nicely documented PFEN, looks like you had a great time! A lot of us have had to be very patient through this last winter, and at last the spring is here in northern Europe!
Let the good times roll!!:grin2:

Cheers!
mike
The trick is to right-click and then click on "Translate to English," at least that's what I do using the Chrome browser.
 

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Thanks mate, tried it but, I'm on Apple Safari, and as far as I know, I don't have any mod-cons like that ;-)
Cheers!
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