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Arzon-Port du Crouesty

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  • Day64

    Port Crouesty

    June 18, 2017 in France ⋅ ⛅ 29 °C

    OK so I did wake up a couple of times in the night and have to remind myself that it couldn't be cats. Boat felt empty this morning so decided to go for a drive somewhere as car ours till Monday, we chose Rochefort en terre as write ups good on Internet and in guide book. Took a while to get there as decided to try minor roads and encountered a village fete and also market diversion. But the village was beautiful, peaceful and not too crowded we bought stuff, as you do when miserable. John has bought unique glass will do photo once we are brave enough to unwrap it. After returning the car we hope to go to Isle Houat for a night or two as forecast here is also for settled hot weather for rest of week.Read more

  • Day61

    Croustey - Still here tough decisions

    June 15, 2017 in France ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    The port although huge and originally only on our list because there is a supermarket close to the marina and after anchoring we were short of provisions. The marina is very quiet and Arzon the area is beautiful, and there is a 'tumulus' on headland, it is three dolmens and a German bunker sort of all covered with stones a bit odd. But back to decisions I am bringing Cousteau home she still hates it when engine is on and stays huddled under bikes even when raining, or if we are anchored there is nothing for her to do except prowl the decks at night. She leaps ashore as soon as possible. She does enjoy it when we are on pontoons but then spends all night either ashore or wondering on pontoons and other boats which not everyone appreciates and after what happened to Cartier I spend the nights listening for splashes so although I will miss her I am taking her home. 🙀 I hope she will be able to readjust and make friends with her new home and people.Read more

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