Also the landscape has become more interesting. Lorraine was actually not the greatest area to hike in - too populated, too industrialised. But now I am in Bourgogne which seems to be a lot more forested. Actually some views reminded me a lot of the Appalachians: Rolling hills and forest wherever you see. Never mind that most of the forest is shrubbery. At least the ground has improved: Instead of clay there now is a bit of duff, but I still tend to end up with bumpy camp sites. No hikers whatsoever, only signs of mountain bikers (although no encounter) and horse riders.
|Railway bridge near Velars|
|Dijon Musee des Beaux Arts|
|Dijon, Musee Rude|
Tomorrow I am of again with the next long stop now being Le Puy en Velay. Hopefully the weather will hold...