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Saturday, July 29, 2017
So there I was in the Jura, ready for my final pilgrimage. I was looking forward to tasting - for the last time - my favourite treats: some Cancoillotte, a bite of mature Comté, and a bottle of Monique Genevez’s Arbois wine. I would tread the last blades of grass, snap the last twigs, before the final plunge. My pilgrimage. My own personal Lourdes… hoping for a miracle..
It came to me during the night, in Monique Genevez’s gîte.
from After The Crash by Michel Bussi (2015). Highly Recommended.