Saturday, July 2, 2011

Oui Oui…Le Tour de France begins!

Running from Saturday, July 2, to Sunday, July 24, 2011, the 98th Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,430.5 kilometres.  That’s a lotta riding!
Stage 1 begins today at a western most point in France at Passage du Gois  and ends at Mont des Alouettes - 191.5 km.
We shall be watching and enjoying each and every stage along the way, all the way to Paris!
That’s a big oui, oui, y’all!

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barb @iPhoneographi said...

I have never watched it, but you enjoy it!

I will be watching some racing this weekend. I use to attend the February Daytona 500 and the July Pepsi race in Daytona every year. Then they got a little bit greedy-crazy and the cost of a ticket is just plain dumb... so I've been watching it on TV for the past 8-10 years.

Thanks for reminding me, I almost forgot... it's tonight!

Have a lovely day! Big hugs from steamy south jawjah! xoxo

Sandee said...

Enjoy the race honey. Sounds like a nice relaxing way to spend the long weekend. Good for the both of you.

We were looking at Mohos yesterday and went into one that was to die for. We thought of you immediately. It was beautiful. I could just move right on in. Well almost.

Have a terrific day honey. Big hug and lots of love to you both. Happy Independence Day. :)

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

let me know how the camera is when you get it, i have a small (very small) sony and love that.

smiles, bee

ivana said...

Ciao Sandy!

Tour begins, and G. is looking at!
Each day...I listen in by radio, in the kitchen!
Have a great week end...ours is divine: three festivals: potato, watermelon, traditional cake, in three different small towns!
Big hugs!!!!

jams o donnell said...

It is definitely one of the greatest races of all. I saw the prologue in London back in 2007