Our Family’s (2nd) Year in the South of France
Kids and Castles - Our year with kids in the South of France

A Different Kind of Traffic Jam

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5 Responses to “A Different Kind of Traffic Jam”

  1. Val says:

    Did not know that about sheep. Is that a sheep milk cheese? Would love to sample it with you 🙂

    • Diane H. says:

      Yes. It’s sheep milk cheese. Come and try it – it will take a while for even our family to make it through this wheel.

      • Diane H. says:

        Oops. I was wrong. We put the sheep cheese out for a apero we hosted for a few people from the village and it is now gone. Apparently it was VERY good.

  2. Bob M says:

    Your sheep traffic jam actually reminds me of my childhood. Family time was spent driving through rural Victoria (a southern state of Australia). Occasionally we would come across dairy herds being driven along the road. If we tried to drive along at a slow pace behind the herd the car would overheat. Teenaged girls never seemed to appear out of nowhere. Nothing to do but sit and wait. Did I tell you my Grandfather was a dairy farmer? And my uncles and aunts.