The Old Highway Legend: La Mort D’Imbert

As the legend goes, Mademoiselle Laure happened to be the village’s most beautiful woman .  Long, jet-black hair, and entrancing eyes.  Nearly every man who visited the Rooster’s Inn, young enough or widowed enough, had fallen in love with the daughter of the hotelier, the alluring Laure.  One of those men, Imbert whom already quite…

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A Little Research on Honey

Woke up early this morning so I could spend some quiet time researching the various benefits related to honey.  Quite interesting, the entire process.  From the hive, to the field, and back again.  It’s amazing to think that those little yellow and black-striped beings are capable of so much hard work and magic.  What they produce,…

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MONT D’OR: The Old Tower

Yes, that’s my love.  Standing there, looking sultry beneath the light of moon and stars, and perched against the wall of a castle ruin, dating back to 900 AD.  Thanks to William the Liberator, son of the Earl of Arles who freed the Provence region from the Saracens in 974 AD and built a fortified castle…

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