Saturday, September 28, 2013

France Day Seven

Today started off with a short drive to neighboring Ribeauville (Ree-boo-vah-LAY)...a beautiful name for a beautiful little town. The weather was a bit cooler again, with a touch of fog that lifted later in the morning.
Krista, here's the shoe store where we bought your boots a few years ago!

There were many dogs enjoying their Saturday morning!

 A nurse bear in honor of my daughter, who started her first job as an RN this week in Hamilton, Montana!

The owner of this handsome dog is from England. He told us he'd qualified last year for Crufts, the world's largest dog show.

This photograph shows how narrow the streets are going through the main part of town...Nancy has been doing an admirable job of navigating all around, and has become the Queen of the Roundabouts.
 Not sure who might purchase these boxers, but it wasn't me!
This dog is a Tibetan Mastiff, very large but gentle.
This photo's for my friend, Teresa, who lost her sweet girl, Prissy, earlier in the week.

 As we drove away, we could see a stork's nest.
Look closely, and you can see the pup in the back seat of the car in front of us.  Vineyards are straight ahead.
We did too much today to put it all in one blog post. I'll add more shortly. Thanks for coming along with me.

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