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It was late October in the south of France and it turned out to be a really great time to visit.  We found no crowds, but did find many shopkeepers and restaurants eager to sell us their wares and taste their food which is always fantastic in France.

After our wine tasting we drove up to the walled town of Le Castellet, dating from the 15th century, that we saw no matter where we were in the surrounding valley.

skateboard anyone?

Pate and Salt shop!

See the tiny plume of smoke from someone's chimney?

I didn't know where to stop in sharing the photos I took in Le Castellet.  It seemed everywhere you looked there was beauty.  Tomorrow I promise to share Bandol, the seaside village where we had lunch.


Hi there! Beautiful walk

Hi there! Beautiful walk through your time in France--lovely photos. The closest I've gotten to France is England across the channel and Germany across the border. It is certainly on my places to visit, however.Today I'm visiting you from Jeremy Bates' Halloween Hop and plan to stalk you everywhere—well, at least here and maybe Twitter, Networked Blogs, and Facebook. Hope you'll be one of my stalkers. ;)I'm also running a contest on my blog, so be sure to check it out: http://heidirubymiller.blogspot.comHappy Halloween,HeidiTwitter - -

i look at these and wonder

i look at these and wonder how you ever return from something so beautiful and simple and graceful

Ahhh, my favorites are always

Ahhh, my favorites are always of the back streets through the buildings and I love the one of the stone front and door!! I'm not sure how I would ever know when to stop TAKING the photos in the first place!! haha

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