Au revoir traffic, bonjour D252


We have a lease, all signed and deposit made!

One thing we will not miss is the traffic here in the Mukilteo-Seattle area. Here is a sketch of our new driveway. The road to the right, off of the D252, goes through pasture land, then a farm, and ends up at La Thebaudiere. When we were there in March of 2020 we could drive for 15 minutes or more and never see another car.

Ceaucé is the closest village, 5km. Domfront, which is much larger, is about 9km. This is quite rural, and we are so looking forward to the quiet; seeing the stars with no light pollution at all.

We will be busy for the next few months with preparations, but it will be so worth it. Thanks for taking this journey with us.

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About Terry Christopherson

I sketch, I paint, I travel and eat, that is what my sites are all about.
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6 Responses to Au revoir traffic, bonjour D252

  1. Shirley Riley says:

    WOW! Only good things are ahead of you. Let the Grand Adventure begin!!!!

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  2. Walter Samples says:

    Now it is beginning…Now I need a map of Normandy. You must be out in the middle of nowhere…:-) Thanks for the update Au Revoir…:-)

    On Fri, Nov 12, 2021 at 1:24 PM theTravelsketcher wrote:

    > Terry Christopherson posted: ” We have a lease, all signed and deposit > made! One thing we will not miss is the traffic here in the > Mukilteo-Seattle area. Here is a sketch of our new driveway. The road to > the right, off of the D252, goes through pasture land, then a farm, and > ends u” >

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  3. Janice says:

    So you’ll be on the road less traveled. Very happy it’s looking like it will really happen!

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