En route today we stopped at Bouzols and took a walk around the Trou de Bouzols a natural, horseshoe shaped amphitheatre, 400m in diameter and more than 100m deep, caused by erosion of the limestone by the river Dourdou in the Causse Comtal.
Later on in the day we stopped in Mende and after a pleasant walk around the ancient parts of the city, we stocked up on food and headed towards the mountains to look for somewhere to spend the night.
|Waking up to views such as this by the river in this lovely valley is a wonderful thing.|
|Built myself a little stack of stones as seems to be the norm in France when one chances upon some rounded stones.|
|L'église Sainte Fauste de Bozouls in the Trou de Bozouls.|
|The curious little bell tower in the centre ville of Bozouls.|
|Arriving in Sainte-Enimie at dusk. The photo doesn't quite do it justice but the setting and the scene is stunning.|