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  • Linda Bigelow
    Back home and hungry. We passed by the future "Mini-Thai", hoping it was open. It wasn't yet, as you can see, but Nissa invited us to sit down for a big bowl of Couscous.

    Back home and hungry.  We passed by the future

  • Linda Bigelow
    I think this is the hamlet of Serenne. We had bright, sunny weather for our return home.

    I think this is the hamlet of Serenne.  We had bright, sunny weather for our return home.

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  • Linda Bigelow
    Dinner was a wonderful bowl of soup.

    Dinner was a wonderful bowl of soup.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Snuggle time!

    Snuggle time!

  • Linda Bigelow
    She and Evelyne do it together. Great show, girls!

    She and Evelyne do it together.  Great show, girls!

  • Linda Bigelow
    Marie-Claude shows us a "stretch".

    Marie-Claude shows us a

  • Linda Bigelow
    Jean-Marie is happy we are all in one piece.

    Jean-Marie is happy we are all in one piece.

  • Linda Bigelow
    No more chips???

    No more chips???

  • Linda Bigelow
    The beer and chips are all gone.

    The beer and chips are all gone.

  • Linda Bigelow

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  • Linda Bigelow
    During aperitif, there were many adventures to relate. The group found refuge in a bergerie, along with other hikers. Outside there was a raging storm of hail, thunder, and lightning. Claudine, disguised as Little Red Riding Hood, met them on the road of return.

    During aperitif, there were many adventures to relate.  The group found refuge in a bergerie, along with other hikers.  Outside there was a raging storm of hail, thunder, and lightning. Clau ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    Front of the gite with Odilon and Ines' children playing.

    Front of the gite with Odilon and Ines' children playing.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Our host, Odilon, poses with one of his donkeys.

    Our host, Odilon, poses with one of his donkeys.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The gite from the other end. Our room was upper left, just under the newer part.

    The gite from the other end.  Our room was upper left, just under the newer part.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The gite has donkeys for riding.

    The gite has donkeys for riding.

  • Linda Bigelow
    A picture of our Fouillouse gite, showing extensive renovation.

    A picture of our Fouillouse gite, showing extensive renovation.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The Chambeyron was socked in.

    The Chambeyron was socked in.

  • Linda Bigelow
    We left Maljasset in the rain, re-crossed the Pont du Chatelet, and returned to Fouillouse.

    We left Maljasset in the rain, re-crossed the Pont du Chatelet, and returned to Fouillouse.

  • Linda Bigelow
    No pictures for a long, rainy moment. On our return to Maljasset, we find Claudine at the refuge. We picnic together and worry about the others. Claudine decides to walk up the road a way, but she is cold and wet. Here she is wearing my poncho, on her way to rescue the group!

    No pictures for a long, rainy moment.  On our return to Maljasset, we find Claudine at the refuge.  We picnic together and worry about the others.  Claudine decides to walk up the road a way ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    We leave the quarry. It starts to rain.

    We leave the quarry.  It starts to rain.

  • Linda Bigelow
    On the way down, I walk past a rock which is conspicuously red. Where did it come from?

    On the way down, I walk past a rock which is conspicuously red.  Where did it come from?

  • Linda Bigelow
    Inside the quarry. I see mostly black and green rock, with one conspicuously white piece.

    Inside the quarry.  I see mostly black and green rock, with one conspicuously white piece.

  • Linda Bigelow
    A look toward the col du Vars is not promising. We worry about our friends who are far higher than we.

    A look toward the col du Vars is not promising.  We worry about our friends who are far higher than we.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The mouth of the marble quarry.

    The mouth of the marble quarry.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Not far along in the hike, Lee was too tired to continue up. Jean-Marie suggested, wisely (and prophetically as it turned out), that we should go back down, stopping to visit a marble quarry on the way. This is the ravine in which lies the quarry (farther up).

    Not far along in the hike, Lee was too tired to continue up.  Jean-Marie suggested, wisely (and prophetically as it turned out), that we should go back down, stopping to visit a marble quarr ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    We were told the weather comes from the col du Vars. It was ominously dark in that direction.

    We were told the weather comes from the col du Vars.  It was ominously dark in that direction.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Henri and Brigitte, who planned only to stay for one hike, said "good-by" and returned to Maljasset.

    Henri and Brigitte, who planned only to stay for one hike, said

  • Linda Bigelow

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    Figures on the right side of the tympanum.

    Figures on the right side of the tympanum.

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    Figures on the left side of the tympanum.

    Figures on the left side of the tympanum.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The inscription reads: "14 February 1531 the church was avalanched."

    The inscription reads:

  • Linda Bigelow

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  • Linda Bigelow
    We visit the 14th c. church of St. Antoine of the Desert, and its graveyard. The church serves three hamlets: Maljasset, La Barge, and Combe-Bremont After being hit by an avalanche in the 16th c., the church was rebuilt as it was before.

    We visit the 14th c. church of St. Antoine of the Desert, and its graveyard.  The church serves three hamlets:  Maljasset, La Barge, and Combe-Bremont After being hit by an avalanche in the  ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    There are several gite and a refuge.

    There are several gite and a refuge.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Malfasset is a pretty village.

    Malfasset is a pretty village.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The next morning we go to Maljasset for a hike to the col de Mary and the col de Marinet.

    The next morning we go to Maljasset for a hike to the col de Mary and the col de Marinet.

  • Linda Bigelow
    We straggle back into Fouillouse.

    We straggle back into Fouillouse.

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  • Linda Bigelow
    Time to change fields!

    Time to change fields!

  • Linda Bigelow
    Off to greener grass. Note the llama who thinks it's a sheep.

    Off to greener grass.  Note the llama who thinks it's a sheep.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Just before arrival at Fouillouse, the sun returned, lighting up this beautiful chapel and its bells.

    Just before arrival at Fouillouse, the sun returned, lighting up this beautiful chapel and its bells.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Not long after this, it started to rain gently. Farther along it rained harder. It conttinued to rain until we were almost back down. No more pictures.

    Not long after this, it started to rain gently.  Farther along it rained harder.  It conttinued to rain until we were almost back down.  No more pictures.

  • Linda Bigelow

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  • Linda Bigelow
    A look in the opposite direction was a bit better, at least there was a large patch of green ahead.

    A look in the opposite direction was a bit better, at least there was a large patch of green ahead.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The Chambeyron did not look very inviting.

    The Chambeyron did not look very inviting.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Interesting rock shapes were everywhere.

    Interesting rock shapes were everywhere.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Fields of boulders await us, as well as Jean-Louis.

    Fields of boulders await us, as well as Jean-Louis.

  • Linda Bigelow
    As we pass at the foot of the Chambeyron, we spot a glider (planeur).

    As we pass at the foot of the Chambeyron, we spot a glider (planeur).

  • Linda Bigelow
    It will be a rocky return.

    It will be a rocky return.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The strong and brave hikers return.

    The strong and brave hikers return.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Some of the cyclists go higher, to the Tete de la Frema. They have a jolting ride back down.

    Some of the cyclists go higher, to the Tete de la Frema.  They have a jolting ride back down.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The seven of us remaining find a nice wind-shelter for our picnic.

    The seven of us remaining find a nice wind-shelter for our picnic.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Meanwhile, how about a panorama of the lake?

    Meanwhile, how about a panorama of the lake?

  • Linda Bigelow
    Some members of our group decide to join the cyclists at the col.

    Some members of our group decide to join the cyclists at the col.

  • Linda Bigelow
    We have reached the lac des Neuf Couleurs, 2841 m. It's quite beautiful in this wild place.

    We have reached the lac des Neuf Couleurs, 2841 m.  It's quite beautiful in this wild place.

  • Linda Bigelow
    To each his own manner of climbing the slope to the col de la Gypiere. . . . .Who is that bringing up the rear?

    To each his own manner of climbing the slope to the col de la Gypiere. . . . .Who is that bringing up the rear?

  • Linda Bigelow
    They gather together. You do see them, I hope.

    They gather together.  You do see them, I hope.

  • Linda Bigelow
    A group of ambitious mountain bikers catch up with us.

    A group of ambitious mountain bikers catch up with us.

  • Linda Bigelow
    No, it's just a little lake. Maybe over the next ridge???

    No, it's just a little lake.  Maybe over the next ridge???

  • Linda Bigelow
    Surely our lake is just over this ridge!

    Surely our lake is just over this ridge!

  • Linda Bigelow

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    Arrival at lac Long, 2783 m.

    Arrival at lac Long, 2783 m.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Next, Roland works on Jacque's leg.

    Next, Roland works on Jacque's leg.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Roland treats Alain's back.

    Roland treats Alain's back.

  • Linda Bigelow
    We'll take the trail on our left to the Pas de la Couletta on our return.

    We'll take the trail on our left to the Pas de la Couletta on our return.

  • Linda Bigelow
    It's colder here at 2783 m than it was at our starting point of 1900 m.

    It's colder here at 2783 m than it was at our starting point of 1900 m.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Lac Long.

    Lac Long.

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    Pretty flowers lighten our steps.

    Pretty flowers lighten our steps.

  • Linda Bigelow
    We're a bit strung out here.

    We're a bit strung out here.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The "lac Premier", next to the refuge.

    The

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    Henri marches forward.

    Henri marches forward.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Refuge du Chambeyron

    Refuge du Chambeyron

  • Linda Bigelow
    View toward les Serenne and St. Paul.

    View toward les Serenne and St. Paul.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Early morning view of the Chambeyron from our window.

    Early morning view of the Chambeyron from our window.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The ground floor of the old grange comprises the kitchen, bar, and dining. Its low, vaulted ceiling reeks of pastoral charm.

    The ground floor of the old grange comprises the kitchen, bar, and dining.  Its low, vaulted ceiling reeks of pastoral charm.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Fouillouse Apero

    Fouillouse Apero

  • Linda Bigelow
    Apéro served by Odilon. Brigitte and Henri have joined us.

    Apéro served by Odilon.  Brigitte and Henri have joined us.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Brec de Chambeyron

    Brec de Chambeyron

  • Linda Bigelow
    View back down the valley from where we had come.

    View back down the valley from where we had come.

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    Pont du Chatelet

    Pont du Chatelet

  • Linda Bigelow
    Time out for a quick pee-pee stop.

    Time out for a quick pee-pee stop.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Jausiers meeting point. L-R. Evelyne, Jean-Louis, Jean-Marie, Lee, Marie-Claude, Jacques

    Jausiers meeting point.  L-R. Evelyne, Jean-Louis, Jean-Marie, Lee, Marie-Claude, Jacques

  • Craig Robertson
    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

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    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

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    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
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    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

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    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

  • Craig Robertson
    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

  • Craig Robertson
    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

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    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

  • Craig Robertson
    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

  • Craig Robertson
    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

  • Craig Robertson
    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

  • Craig Robertson
    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

  • Craig Robertson
    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson © Race Photography

    Petter Solberg, Norway, WRC, © Craig Robertson
© Race Photography

  • Lille Ulven
    Akershus festning - cannon in front of the Stallgården

    Akershus festning - cannon in front of the Stallgården

  • WarrenHenryLewis

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  • GunnarImages
    Stay away from my sardines!

    Stay away from my sardines!

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    Not a love bite

    Not a love bite

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    Two in one!

    Two in one!

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    Got the first, lost the second!

    Got the first, lost the second!

  • GunnarImages
    Don't call me greedy!

    Don't call me greedy!

  • GunnarImages
    It's a party!

    It's a party!

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    Delicious!

    Delicious!

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    Gotcha!

    Gotcha!

  • GunnarImages
    Sushi for Lunch

    Sushi for Lunch

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    I'll have two, you'll have none

    I'll have two, you'll have none

  • Amanda Williams
    Sommarøy, Norway

    Sommarøy, Norway

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    Sommarøy Arctic Hotel

    Sommarøy Arctic Hotel

  • Amanda Williams
    Ocean in Sommarøy, Norway

    Ocean in Sommarøy, Norway

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    Ocean in Sommarøy, Norway

    Ocean in Sommarøy, Norway

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    Sommarøy, Norway

    Sommarøy, Norway

  • Amanda Williams
    Ocean in Sommarøy, Norway

    Ocean in Sommarøy, Norway

  • Amanda Williams
    Hobie Kayak in Sommarøy

    Hobie Kayak in Sommarøy

  • Amanda Williams
    View from Ørnfløya

    View from Ørnfløya

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    At the top of Ørnfløya

    At the top of Ørnfløya

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    View from Ørnfløya in Northern Norway

    View from Ørnfløya in Northern Norway

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    View over Sommarøy from Ørnfløya

    View over Sommarøy from Ørnfløya

  • Linda Bigelow

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  • Linda Bigelow
    The building "les 7 Portes" has been the seat of power in the Ubaye from the 13th - 20th c. In 1677 it was the prefecture of the Duche de Savoie and the public prison. It remained a prison until the end of the 19th c., and the gendarmerie was housed here until mid-20th c. In 1980 the building was transformed into apartments, stores, and a bank and renamed Les Sept Portes. Streets forming the place Manuel are numbered from the place, and not from the Hotel de Ville, as is normally the case. As for the name, it echoes the name of the successful Sept Portes in Mexico, object of emigrants from the Ubaye.

    The building

  • Linda Bigelow
    The success of "The 7 Doors", a fabric store in Mexico opened by three Arnaud brothers, (among the first to depart for Mexico), was probably the major influence behind the large emigration of Barcelonnettes to Mexico in 1821.

    The success of

  • Linda Bigelow
    Place Manuel, the first square in Barcelonnette. The space was formerly occupied by a Dominican convent.

    Place Manuel, the first square in Barcelonnette.  The space was formerly occupied by a Dominican convent.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The Tour Cardinalis (clock tower) is all that remains of the 14th century Dominican convent.

    The Tour Cardinalis (clock tower) is all that remains of the 14th century Dominican convent.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The clock tower (Tour Cardinalis), 42 m tall was part of a Dominican convent dating from 1316. The chapel. heavily damaged during the wars of religion (1592), was rebuilt in 1639. In 1793 it tumbled down, the day after a ball had been held within. Only the clock tower remains. The space held by the convent became the first square of Barcelonnette.

    The clock tower (Tour Cardinalis), 42 m tall was part of a Dominican convent dating from 1316.  The chapel. heavily damaged during the wars of religion (1592), was rebuilt in 1639.  In 1793  ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    The Barcelonnette War Memorial. Above, those Frenchmen who returned from Mexico to fight are honored. (The Donnadieu family lost SIX men.) Below, those Mexicans who fought alongside the French and died are honored.

    The Barcelonnette War Memorial.  Above, those Frenchmen who returned from Mexico to fight are honored.  (The Donnadieu family lost SIX men.)  Below, those Mexicans who fought alongside the F ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    La Maison de la Gabelle

    La Maison de la Gabelle

  • Linda Bigelow
    "La Gabelle", built in 1765, where salt was sold and taxes were collected, is classic 18th c. The 19th c owner, Arnaud, had an ammonite fossil and a profile of "la Marianne" installed over the door. Arnaud was interested in everything: history, geologie, archeology, language, etc. He loved hiking and founded the local Club Alpin Francais.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Lee and Jean-Marie have an in-depth discussion. "Do you think it will rain?" (It did a little.)

    Lee and Jean-Marie have an in-depth discussion.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Villa Chabrand, 1884. (My favorite)

    Villa Chabrand, 1884.  (My favorite)

  • Linda Bigelow
    Emile Chabrand (1843-1893) was a broker in Mexico, but he was a first class adventurer, voyager, naturalist, inventor, and collectioner. He built his dream house in 1884 and placed his treasures within. When he died, his collection went to the Musee de la Vallee.

    Emile Chabrand (1843-1893) was a broker in Mexico, but he was a first class adventurer, voyager, naturalist, inventor, and collectioner.  He built his dream house in 1884 and placed his trea ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    Musee de la Vallee

    Musee de la Vallee

  • Linda Bigelow
    Villa La Sapiniere is elegant and beautifully maintained. And it should be. This is the Museum of the Valley.

    Villa La Sapiniere is elegant and beautifully maintained.  And it should be.  This is the Museum of the Valley.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Villa la Sapiniere was constructed in 1878 for a rich returnee from Mexico. In 1905 it was given a big update, with walls and bathroom redone in Art Deco. This villa is the only one of those built after a return from Mexico, which can be visited.

    Villa la Sapiniere was constructed in 1878 for a rich returnee from Mexico.  In 1905 it was given a big update, with walls and bathroom redone in Art Deco.  This villa is the only one of tho ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    This one has an abundance of vegetation.

    This one has an abundance of vegetation.

  • Linda Bigelow
    There are many huge villas in Barcelonnette.

    There are many huge villas in Barcelonnette.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Not only were the villas of the returnees from Mexico monumental, but so, also, were their tombs.

    Not only were the villas of the returnees from Mexico monumental, but so, also, were their tombs.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The rear facade of the Art Deco house and its garden.

    The rear facade of the Art Deco house and its garden.

  • Linda Bigelow
    North facade of ther Villa Bleu, with its huge, stained-glass window. celebrating the accomplishments of its owner. (Enhanced a bit so you can see it better.)

    North facade of ther Villa Bleu, with its huge, stained-glass window. celebrating the accomplishments of its owner.  (Enhanced a bit so you can see it better.)

  • Linda Bigelow
    La Villa Bleue, 1931. Architecture, decoration, color, stylization, all conform nicely to "Art Deco" of the 20th century.

    La Villa Bleue, 1931.  Architecture, decoration, color, stylization, all conform nicely to

  • Linda Bigelow
    Sous-Prefecture de Barcelonnette

    Sous-Prefecture de Barcelonnette

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    Built for Henri Proal, a former negotiant in Mexico, the villa is constructed entirely of stone. It is now the sous-prefecture de Barcelonnette.

    Built for Henri Proal, a former negotiant in Mexico, the villa is constructed entirely of stone.  It is now the sous-prefecture de Barcelonnette.

  • Linda Bigelow
    "La Blachiere", built by a rich returnee from Mexico.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The Italian Duccio Galimberti was born and raised in this house. He was a hero of the Italian resistance and wrote the Accords of Saretto (May 1944).

    The Italian Duccio Galimberti was born and raised in this house.  He was a hero of the Italian resistance and wrote the Accords of Saretto (May 1944).

  • Linda Bigelow
    The flour mill had multiple functions, principal of course was to mill flour. Its water flow was used to power electricity for Barcelonnette even before Paris. During WWII, it was a center for the Ubaye Resistance. It hosted meetings which led to the accords of Sarretto between Piemont and Ubaye resistants. (I don't think I have a picture of the flour mill.)

    The flour mill had multiple functions, principal of course was to mill flour.  Its water flow was used to power electricity for Barcelonnette even before Paris.  During WWII, it was a center ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    The back of the house, which clearly shows its symetry AND the 1991 addition of a sundial. Symbols on the sundial show an interest in science.

    The back of the house, which clearly shows its symetry AND the 1991 addition of a sundial.  Symbols on the sundial show an interest in science.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Residence of a high-placed, official of the royal government. The house had no hayloft,. It had sewage pipes, a balcony, and an enclosed garden, all of which implied wealth and high rank.

    Residence of a high-placed, official of the royal government.  The house had no hayloft,.  It had sewage pipes, a balcony, and an enclosed garden,  all of which implied wealth and high rank.

  • Linda Bigelow
    This residence of an important, royal government official has a balcony, no place for animals, and no place for hay, all of which proclaim his elevated status.

    This residence of an important, royal government official has a balcony, no place for animals, and no place for hay, all of which proclaim his elevated status.

  • Linda Bigelow
    The birthplace of Paul Reynaud. The ground floor was for animals and humans during winter. The attic was for hay. A pole still protrudes from the attic window (not seen here). It was used to raise and lower hay.

    The birthplace of Paul Reynaud.  The ground floor was for animals and humans during winter.  The attic was for hay.  A pole still protrudes from the attic window (not seen here).  It was use ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    The house (1738) and birthplace of Paul Reynaud (1878-1966). It had ground floor lodging for animals and humans. A hayloft was equipped with a rod to lift hay, wood, and harvest. A 1739 sundial is inscribed: "Pray before it is too late." He does not follow the emigrant trail to Mexico, but studies law, travels the world, and becomes a politician. In 1940 he was President du Conseil des Ministres.

    The house (1738) and birthplace of Paul Reynaud (1878-1966).  It had ground floor lodging for animals and humans.  A hayloft was equipped with a rod to lift hay, wood, and harvest.  A 1739 s ...

  • Linda Bigelow
    A simple, but attractive window.

    A simple, but attractive window.

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    Much of Barcelonnette is for pedestrians only.

    Much of Barcelonnette is for pedestrians only.

  • Linda Bigelow
    Jean-Marie and Lee, deeply engrossed in something.

    Jean-Marie and Lee, deeply engrossed in something.

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