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November 30, 2016

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Robynne Huckerby

I have enjoyed your posts through the year.
I am currently freezing in Surrey instead of enjoying late spring in Tasmania. Our daughter has just had a tiny baby so I am enjoying being grandmother.
In a beautiful chocolate shop in St Jean de Luz I saw wonderful chocolatiers. Ridiculously expensive but I found such a pretty one at Porte de Vanves market.
Enjoy your Christmas and you continuing travels.
Thanks for sharing.

Kay Baumhefner

How lovely to hear from you, Robynne. Congratulations on your becoming a grandmother! I am finding that new role amazing too. In fact, next fall our son, his wife and their baby boy will be coming to spend some time with us when we return to the Pays Basque for another visit. We loved the Henriet chocolates we found in both St Jean de Luz and Biarritz, and brought some home to extend the pleasure. How fun it would be to meet up with you again along the Roman Road! Happy holidays and safe travels.

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