|When we left New York on Saturday afternoon...|
|By the time we got to Paris, Julian's eyes were square from so much bribery-television. But we made it there in one piece, with almost no in-flight spectacle, so MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!|
We're spending the first three weeks in a house we've rented in Burgundy, in a little town called "Bussy Le Grand" which literally has a cafe, a church, a museum, and overlooks this spectacular countryside where a genuine-article chateau is located. We're headed there today, and will report back on what magnificence or otherwise that we encounter. Then, after we've done all the french country living we can handle (I'm not sure if that's actually possible, but we've got to leave eventually) we pack up and head to Paris for another two-and-a-half months. We've found another awesome rental apartment there, and we're going to try our hand at Parisian city living before we head back to New York.
|If you know Jules, you know that there's pretty much nothing he prefers to farm equipment and |
rock-throwing. Needless to say, he's a happy camper dans la campagne!
|And of course, around every corner is another pile of rumble that I want to renovate |
into our next country house. So I'm pretty happy dans la campagne aussi!
Don't forget to check back in while we're away to see the D-I-Y projects we tackle, the beautiful places we visit, and the exciting things we cook. Just because we're on vacation does not mean that I won't be blogging so there should be lots to read!