The sun room where we ate all our meals -- it's a real treat, double glazed for comfort.
Yvonne pointing out how to prepare cherries picked from their own trees - but what's Daryl laughing at? He believes he knows a better way - for $2.60 Mr Morello will give you a jar full !!!
However, after 5 courses (yes, 5!) we set off for a walk around the village.
The inside of the church was plain and simple -- a relief after all the opulence displayed in the main cathedrals we'd seen. This church was just as old (constructed in the 1400s).
This 'lavage' (communal washing facility) was a small step up from bashing clothes on rocks in a river, but not much. Daryl demonstrates how to do it.
La Charmée is only 20 minutes from Chalon-sur-Saône, a fairly big town. We went to the weekend market -- a great place to see and sample the local goods.
Merci Usha, pour nous aider à survivre! Nous aimons la langue française, mais nous tuer!
(PS The photo shows us standing in front of the college Usha attended when she lived in France.)
Jean-René, Stéphane, Katrina, Yvonne