France Again

We travelled north along the coast past Tarragona, Barcelona, Gerona and on into France before turning west from Perpignan on the D117.  It was 27° and windy when we stopped for lunch just before the French border; as we left the restaurant it had clouded over and had started to rain.  The temperature dropped to 21° as we climbed into the hills.  It was a spectacular drive through wine producing country and the vineyards stretched away to the mountains in the distance.  Then road followed the River Aude into high country, through a ravine with overhanging rocks where folk braver than us were able to do white water rafting.  At the other side of the ravine was the town of Quillan.

    

  

  

  

  

  

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