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Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 199815 ) : To go up the hill to the medieval St-Hippolyte, it will be necessary to take the path that I show you on the picture. This path is wide enough to pass through with the 'vehicles' of the medieval era. The path is a magnificent stone staircase, constructed manually, and sometimes carved into the rock of the hill that overlooks the Old Crémieu. Ph : Marc de Meilhan Butcher.



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> Daniel78 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 03, 2013
Ah these old stones... If they could talk ! That things to tell us !... Beautiful shot on another time. :6 : and thank you, thank you.
 
 > Meilhan >Reply
Oct 03, 2013
 
It is true Daniel, these old stones carry the footprints of the hand of these women and men who have raised these stones as eggs are laid in a nest for a family. The great family of the medieval times where men and women worked for their survival, for the construction of this country... Thank you for your visit. (You'll be very well I guess ?) Amts, Marc.

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 > Daniel78 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 03, 2013
 
Yes, I'm fine... But that the time passes quickly ! It would take me more than 24 hours in a day... Too many occupations (I'm not going to complain !) difficult to follow all... With all my friendships !
 
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 08, 2013
 
Yes, I'll be back to sneak Daniel (you see me also I am Quick, fast and so on...) It is good that we do not see the time pass when it is well filled, honorably occupied. This said between us Poets that is beautiful, is not to forget ! Thank you, and my love of poetry. Marc de meilhan.
 
> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 02, 2013
this is a great job that way and we can only have the desire to follow these curves gently lit.
 
 > Meilhan >Reply
Oct 03, 2013
 
Good Evening Catherine. Yes, it was necessary to have a flame in the body to do this work. True that there was a time where time does not count for work and do a work... (or his work.) The time was considered a evidence to offer at this time, which opened with the sunrise and going until sunset... Not 35 hours, 39 hours, 40 hours... , but the day. The weather was on each stone lifted and faded under every stone. The evening opened his peace on the eyelids, closed, waiting for the small day to open them again as we draw the curtains to open the shutters on the day that hits the facades. The time... , what have we done Catherine of our time ? Amts Marc.
 
> Tsouret [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 02, 2013
Nice little path that winds among the stones and the greenery. The inner frame doesn't turn me on too.
 
 > Meilhan >Reply
Oct 03, 2013
 
Thank you very much tsouret for this message. I thank you for the tip of course... or framing. Amts, Marc.
 
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