Nothing compares with the Saturday or Wednesday markets in Uzes. Yet these Tuesday events, clearly for tourists, have the added attraction of a nighttime ambiance in the Place des Duche.
Saturday market in winter
What’s not to love about a truffle-hunting pig
Close to 1,000 viewers enjoyed Jane and Gary’s story the day it appeared on the Barefoot Blogger! Thanks to your interest and response, Jane and Gary have agreed to frequently update their stories of Mas d’Augustine. Like me, I hope you’ll enjoy the chance to peek into their […]
I moved to France. Alone.
spend a weekend around Uzes
The “nitty-gritty” about B&B ownership
Running a B&B in France
A day in the life of an expat
How I fell in love with South France
Well, I did it again.
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 […]
For those of you who may not have seen the House Hunters International episode on HGTV this week, Erin and family chose Uzes! Erin, Stuart and their blended family with four children went on a house hunt in the south of France for a second home property. Along […]
TV viewers stateside are in for a treat! House Hunters International is airing a show on HGTV featuring Uzes on Monday night, January 18th. A few months ago I received an email from Erin, a new reader of the Barefoot Blogger who lives in Birmingham, Alabama. She told […]
Autumn is my favorite time of year in Uzes
It’s more than a dream come true. It’s pure heaven.
“Why Did the Barefoot Blogger Move to France?” It’s time to answer a most-frequently-asked question: “Why did you move to France?” “Because I could” That might sound like a smug answer, and I don’t mean it to be taken that way. Yet it’s true. I’m healthy, my children […]
The French love bandes dessinées — drawn cartoons. We may call them “funnies” in the States but here they take the art form quite seriously.
Mon fils is visiting me in Uzes. Nothing could make me happier than to show him the sights and to introduce him to my new friends.
The last few days in Uzes have not been a lot of fun. The area is being hit by torrential rain and there has been flooding in many towns and villages.