Arriving in St Quentin la Poterie

We arrived in this tiny hamlet in the midst of a rainstorm. M. Le Fur, the owner, showed us our place – full of antiques, original paintings and sculpture, and a three courtyards. This is the one at the entrance. The building is 14th century. On three levels, the house has a private courtyard off of the main living area, one of the master bedrooms, and at the end of the upstairs hallway, which overlooks at 12th century church.

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  1. Posted by Anonymous on May 16, 2008 at 3:57 pm

    Are you guys going to have a slide show when you get back? If you get to Midland, we can cook at my place, invite Jill and Alan and then you guys give us a show and tell. That place looks wonderful. Love the cobblestones. Reminds me a little of one of Charlie Brown’s adventures in France.

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  2. Posted by Anonymous on May 16, 2008 at 3:57 pm

    Are you guys going to have a slide show when you get back? If you get to Midland, we can cook at my place, invite Jill and Alan and then you guys give us a show and tell. That place looks wonderful. Love the cobblestones. Reminds me a little of one of Charlie Brown’s adventures in France.

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