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The view is from Pont Bonaparte. I fancy that I could get used to being forced to look at such views as I go about my day to day life.
Damn, I miss my holidays!
The group plays three times a night from Tuesday to Sunday and packs them in!
Vive la France.
So when my friend Stephan mentioned that Lyon does indeed have a beach – if only one has lakeside (a naturalist (that’s nudist) one at that,) I jumped at the opportunity to continue my sunbathing ways.
The beach is located on the Italian coast, just across the Menton border – commonly referred to as “the pearl of France,” and viewable from the pebble beach spot.
The park itself is still a complete wreck. But as I’m all about a cheap thrill, I couldn’t resist stopping for a taste.
The little fur hats in the making were in the middle of their ongoing performance for passers-by. Hands down the most fun one could possible have on a frigid NY day. They work hard for their nuts and deserve the ovations they receive.
My friend quickly pointed out that I should be cautious as they can get a bit aggressive when it comes to food. Point taken – as one looked up at me from a dangerously close stance. But they are NY squirrels, what else would you expect. If you want indifference head to the Tuileries Garden in Paris! Those vermin have mastered the art of the French fuck you while remaining adorable. Vive la France!
It’s hard getting a nut these days! I understand completely. And a good nut is a rare find and can call the shots. (Just ask my current Mr. Good Fuck…)
By now the snowman must be in the throws of dismemberment, but it served a great momentary purpose. And in truth it really only served as a supporting cast member. It wasn’t as if he was dishing out nuts or anything…
As for something exciting to shoot. Well here is one mentioned squirrel flashing the cameras!
Carla Bruni – France’s first lady, is said to be running the show – the woman behind the man as it were, or so says IanUnderCover (amongst other things.)
As beautiful as she is, I don’t rightly care.
Vive la France!