Had to cross this gorgeous 12th century bridge to find the sale but had to quickly nip down and get a photo to let you see it, it was all roughly cobbled and really difficult to walk on and is still as beautiful now as it was all these years ago.
Well Joan of Ark greeted us as we walked into the sale and she really looked like she wanted to be elsewhere, sorry Joan couldn't help you out there.
Well have to say there was not much today that caught my eye, but did come across a really nice guy called Michel Jessier a French Canadian who lives and works in a place called Saint Felix Lauagais and makes the most beautiful silver jewellery. He was showing us how this drill which is worked by string to turn it, it's 150 years old and he still uses it today. The necklace is just one example of his beautiful work.
Well I saw this little fella in a medieval costume and it turns out that they were having a festival along with tumblers and dancers and street musicians, great atmosphere and everyone was enjoying themselves, but we left them to it as we needed to eat, and so headed of to another village further up the road called Lacaune.
beautiful flower bed set out to show the name of the village and that I have to say was the best part of the entire village. Where Brassac was lively and full of people this place was like a ghost town, needless to say we found a little brasserie and had lunch and then meandered home.
Well I did find a couple of trinkets that I will be playing with over the next few days but you will have to wait and see them when I finally add them to my shop:)