Like birds in September we are heading south. The ride started cool and grey, and as we headed south it got progressively warmer and sunnier. We got as far as Bar Sur Aube which all said is pretty good going.
As expected the Shuttle was hassle free and relatively expensive but it is so much faster than a ferry, We met a few others on the road. A load of guys on scooters heading to an event in ther Ardennes, and some Harley people off to an event in Normandy.
Motorways in France are easy, and driving switches to the correct side of the road. It really was odd being in the UK and being on the left – I’m no longer used to it. Silly things like setting the mirrors before leaving Swindon and then realising I had a wider view of the curb than needed.
I’m not a fan of dayglow yellow. Strictly speaking they do not need to be worn, they only must be worn by law if we get off the bike on a highway. Reality is it’s easier to wear them and not worry about an official being officious.
Tomorrow we head for the hills near Grenoble.