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23 July 2016


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I think these are the first pictures of Cassis where I completely understand the layout. It's looking great!

Food looks wonderful, good to have a chef in the family. And nice pictures of the lovely Aussie ladies.

Oh the meal and friendship meeting in Paris are a delight. Then Cassis, your family playing there and the stairs are all so wonderful. Now I can't wait to see what comes next now that the stairs are done.

Oh my gosh my thoughts are coming faster than I can write - first do y think your children would give me directions for a cassis hike next year? Second the stairs are gorgeous - I am amazed, all of sudden the there it all is!!!! Third - the summer truffle and dinner ! Wow wow wow. Missing France ...

missing in action.. editing the home.. have rented a storage locker.. 10x10.. wanted to say hi..

love your new staircase.. wow.. what a beauty.. you have so much on your plate and still enjoying yourself too.. how do you do it..???

thanks for the restaurant recommendation.. am making a note of it for my next visit..

sending hugs and much love,

lana cano kloch

More in love with your "door window" every time I see it. Brilliant! Stairs look great!

"Manon" the movie made such an impression on me. With such great actors. I was just thinking about it, too, wishing we had a well!

I will add the draft soon, I think you would like it!

Hi Debbie
Certainly the will!! Not a problem. Whatever level you are they can find or lead you to the trails. There are plenty of them.

Ah thanks. I wish it was a full window, but compromise is the way to get along.

I can't wait to see the upcoming Cassis pictures!!!!!

Fabulous - the restaurant, the stairs!! yum yum.

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