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22 September 2013


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A big part of the reason they don't want to leave may be due to their wonderful hosts!

Corey, I love anchovies, lol. Glad they are enjoying Provence.

Provence and the autumn are such sirens, luring the innocents to their beauty. With you as a tour guide, I imagine your guests have no chance to resist loving Provence. I'm writing about my love of France in the fall too today. Here’s my Dreaming of France meme

Thank you for taking us along!

provence through the eyes of someone who has never seen it before...makes you fall in love all over again-as if it were your first time....HOW LOVELY-HOW LUCKY!!

Thank you for taking us to beautiful Provence!

September in Provence, for me, 365 days & more in Provence ~ yummie to see olive trees & no hurricanes ~ ;-)) XO


Yes, Provence is to love and cherish.
Glad they are enjoying it.

Ahhhh, the enticing allure of Provence, and indeed, la belle France herself!

i can feel their love of this beautiful place, and know that they are so lucky to have such wonderful tour guides!

This is an area of France that is on the bucket list! A little bit of magic there, I think!

Teresa and Dave you will write about your visit with COREY and FRENCH HUSBAND I hope so we can all experience what you have seen and done!I think I can speak for many of us out here in BLOG LAND!So, happy you enjoyed yourselves.......I believe now its off to PARIS??That will be another story to be shared!

Just asked Farmboy Husband why -- in seeming contradiction -- I love olive oil but not olives. He says it's probably because the fruit itself is much more acidic than its oil.

NPR had a great report on this AM's "Morning Edition" about the eat-more-baguettes movement in France. We certainly did our part while visiting both Paris and Provence ;-)

Link to NPR's eat-more-baguettes story:

Olives, Olive oil, goat cheese....Oh my!

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