We arrived in France 8 years ago, almost to the day and our experiences have
been varied. Just like everyone we have known difficult moments. The outside world
is full of adversities and as we love the garden's glory the work which is attached to
keeping it so wonderful gets harder.
So it is twist or stick. The property is offered for sale but if a buyer does not come along in
spring 2016 plan B is twist further into adventure!
I am hopeless with anything technical and I am unable to follow sequences of any kind but I
like to get answers and find them myself as I unravel the info.
I have now traced the owner of the lonely looking chateau which is near to Vigier and have been
invited to visit. A toperie club would be great fun.....tea and Toperie.
But that would be something for the Toperie organisation and I might make a few suggestions
regarding tea time treats and music in the garden.
But my thoughts are lingering in the direction of an occasional school for those who want to run Gites or Chambre d hotes.
This envelopes all my interests and brings others to help with the idea.
Gardening, housekeeping, marketing, PR, interior design and finding the inspirational
furnishings and furniture and, of course the very special breakfasts which must outlive
the pale, underbaked bread, plastic pots of yoghurt and truly bad coffee.
More complexities .....probably.