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Sunday walk in the Jura

Sunday, I made homemade peanut butter cookies which did not last long at all!

We took a long walk from Les Breuleux to Le Peuchapatte and back to work off some of those cookies!  It was a total of 8 km which is close to 5 miles.

I wanted to walk all the way to Les Bois but Vilay wasn’t up for it.  We always buy our train tickets for one way because we never know where we may end up so it wouldn’t have mattered.   But, I let Vilay have his way and we headed back to Les Breuleux after we had drank water and rested in the shade.  We petted a friendly kitten which ended up sneezing all over Vilay.  The funny thing was it didn’t want to get out of Vilay’s lap!  The problem was that after the kitten sneezed all over him Vilay didn’t want anything to do with it.  :)

Vilay told me that Le Peuchapatte is the highest village in the Jura.

(All photos below are clickable.)

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  • sissi September 5, 2008, 12:37 am

    You’re my window to home…pretty!
    It looks like you’re enjoying a good weather, my husband told me it turned on the heater yesterday

  • Pumpkin September 5, 2008, 2:47 pm

    Sissi,

    It is getting cooler at night but I am still sleeping with out window cracked. We had one rainy day this week and the rest have been pretty warm. It should rain all this weekend but I am hoping that it doesn’t so we can get out and walk.

    I love looking at all your photos! It is so beautiful there!!!

  • expatraveler September 6, 2008, 12:34 am

    Oh wow – how exciting. That is such a beautiful walk and no matter how much you think, you are still so lucky to be in such a wonderful place. It is always so quiet, rarely a car seen in sight and the most you hear about are cows, meadows and horses all around you… Now if that isn’t paradise, I am not sure what is. ;-)

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