Learning to speak French
Restored Silk Mill Farm in France
A day in the life of an expat
Six days, twenty-two hours and fifteen minutes until I leave the US to start my return trip to France. But who’s counting? When I moved to France three years ago it felt like I was going so far away from family and friends that we’d lose touch. Instead, […]
Enough reminiscing. Fast forward to this weekend in Nimes. The ancient Roman city in the south of France is going to party like it’s 2016! One of the most exciting events in the Languedoc region of France is coming up Pentecost weekend (May 12-16) in Nimes. The Pentecost […]
Biking in France
Revisiting this day from 3 years ago reminds me how exciting it is to discover you have stumbled upon something really good. OMG! This place is better than I remembered. A true heaven on earth! After leavinq the hotel yesterday morning, I took a cab to the train […]
Flashback to discovering Uzes
It’s like stepping into the back lot at Universal Studios — except it’s for real.
Oh dear … it seems some friends of Barefoot Blogger think I may be leaving France. Just the opposite! Me and barefootblogger.com, are here to stay. I’m as dedicated to living in my little ivory tower in Uzes and to stories about life, travels and adventures in France as […]
New blog barefootbloggerworld.com
This week I’ve been visiting Camp Rosie. It sits deep in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina. For those who don’t know the southern states of the US, a lot of geography here is defined by rivers. The Cape Fear River runs through this part of the […]
Save the planet with natural remedies
Autumn is my favorite time of year in Uzes
“What if there is an emergency?”
When the Barefoot Blogger decided to run off to France, I learned the hard way how to do some of the basics. Here are some expat moving tips for France.
Market day is my favorite time to visit new places in France.
Some of the simplest things in France are the most unusual and most complicated.
There’s another dimension to the experience.
Some of it isn’t my fault