Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Day 12 walking Seraucourt Le Grand

Another cool overcast day with jackets and rain pants. The only thing we haven't put on yet is the 100 weight fleece under the jackets. The way we thought was the way out of Peronne turned out to be the right one and we happily carried on down the old rail bed through the woods. We did have some road to go down but not too much. There is so much history around here both ancient and recent since we are camped along the Somme river. We also just passed the Canal St. Quentin. We arrived and found the camp ground where we had reserved a caravan. We had no idea what to expect but it is a nice little unit for 27e. There is quite a large add a room attached which is typical of here. It is a nice little nest. It comes with two sleeping bags and for 30e she is going to cook us a fish dinner with rice and veg. Not only that but she says it comes with a bottle if wine. This she says she will deliver to our unit at 7pm tonight. Also for the 30e she will bring us petit de jeune in the morning. This us turning into a good stop and we forget his tired we were went we arrived. Whenever I turn around going down the trail there is Charlotte clicking along with her poles not complaining.

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