Our route took us to Les Petites Fourches, where we joined one of the many Chemins de St Jacques for a short while. This is the village of St Brisson, just to the south. The church steeple caught my eye - this is one of those village churches that reminds me of parts of New England.
A little further in, the trail was completely blocked. This has to have been done deliberately, but I don't understand why. I was under the impression that the Chemins de St Jacques were almost revered - perhaps I'm wrong?
Refreshed, we headed off in weak sunshine to do the tour around the Lac de St Agnan. On the first stretch, we met this little old lady :
It's a lovely one and a half hour ride around the lake, but we are so focussed on our goal that we didn't really take the time to enjoy it. We were aware of the storm clouds massing overhead once more, but yet again, they held off until we had finished.
We've somehow managed to cover the bones of 60km in two days, giving us a total of 456.9. If we can do another good day tomorrow, that will leave us with less than 20km to do on Monday. Fingers crossed, we're nearly there!
Putting up the kms Agnan to at EveryTrail