Well, y’all, I thought I would be back in Mississippi by now, enjoying a lovely Spring while relaxing on my screen porch, sorting through my thousand-plus pictures from my trip to France, and getting back to regular posts on MissPres.
But . . . a volcano I’ve never heard of and certainly never hope to pronounce has stranded me in Toulouse, France, a lovely city but not home, and certainly much more expensive than Jackson.
Nevertheless, I’m lucky enough to have an internet connection–limited and slow, but still there–and I’m suffering from withdrawals from my normal blog-writing schedule. So, I hope you will forgive me for posting non-Mississippi pictures, but I thought you might enjoy seeing a few of the sites I’ve been roaming in my two-week, now closing in on three-week sojourn on the Continent.
First off, the oldest sites I’ve seen, from the Roman times in the first Roman province, now the Provence region of France.
Categories: Cool Old Places