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eventful, but in a quiet way
round the world some of them were trying in vain
to convince the rest of us that it would be a fun
idea to go bomb a lot of the folks down in Iraq, D. Peck and friends spent the
fall and winter hiding out in the safest place they could think of.
More farms near Mont Tendre
may not find this terribly rewarding unless you're included here, so this is a
good time for casual and random browsers to turn back before they get too caught
up in the sweep and majesty of the proceedings and can't let go.
A walk out to Mont de Bière Devant, 22 March 2003
Seen from the little ridge behind the farm house
The formal summit and its flagpole is on the far side of the building, overlooking Lake Geneva
Grand Cunay's two little summits to the north
The farm of Mont de Bière Derrière
The same, along the Chemin des Crêtes hiking path . . .
. . . and back to the Col du Marchairuz
The farms of Etoy and Racine, 23 March 2003
Dr Pirri at the farm of Pré d'Etoy below Mont Tendre
The farm without Dr Pirri
Walking back along the Chemin des Crêtes
The farm of La Racine to the southwest, still along the Chemin des Crêtes and the Mollendruz-Marchairuz cross-country track
La Racine again
The farm of Pré de Denens
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