11 responses

  1. German Engineered Italian Design
    September 16, 2012

    Looks like you are truly enjoying France..

  2. Pietro
    September 16, 2012

    That looks awesome!

  3. Thomas
    September 16, 2012

    Looks like you have that quality-of-life thing sorted out!

  4. Alli
    September 20, 2012

    Pretty jealous, not gonna lie. This place (and the prices!) sounds amazing.

  5. Myrna Gonzalez Childress
    October 1, 2012

    We eat squash flowers in tacos and omelets, not here in the states, but in Mexico. Squash flowers are delicious! How will you guys use them?

  6. philippe marc humbert
    September 2, 2013

    I don’t know about the quality of life…traveling weeks on end for work doesn’t sound like much fun to me. But to each his own.

    • Rainmaker
      September 2, 2013

      In France I get 52 days of vacation per year. 😉

      Much of the last 4 weeks was vacation. Eurobike being the only exception to that rule.

  7. ptibonom
    September 13, 2013

    Holly *$ù^£¨this is so weird!

    I just discovered your blog(s) today, redirected from a crappy test of the tomtom sportwatch,

    Maybe there should i had that i’m french, working in Paris, living approximatly 10 minutes from Gally’s farm; that my wife is half american, her mother living in Arlington where we’ve been spending vacation on an annual basis for, say, 10 years … My first forerunner being bought to avoid getting lost running in Middleburg’s vincinity.

    Speaking of the cueillette at Gally, prices are indeed interesting since you’re doing all the job but this spot is quite unique.

    You might know that since you’ve been living in Paris for more than a year now, but you can access Versailles’ gardens from Gally’s and run around les bassins du château. This is a nice spot; lots of casual runners but alleys are large enough.

    If you need/want some hints or intel about the area, don’t hesitate to contact me.

    ptibonom

    • Rainmaker
      September 14, 2013

      Ha, that’s awesome! I was thinking about your comment today as I ran towards Versailles and along the edge of it a bit towards the end of the run.

      As my runs get longer I’ve gotta poke around that area some more.

  8. ptibonom
    September 15, 2013

    You can also check the Paris- Saint-Germain 20km run (parissaintgermainlacourse.com i think). Once in Saint-Germain en Laye, you can keep on running in the castle par or in the forest and the go back tout Paris with the rer a. There are à new hills to on the way …

  9. Douglas
    August 31, 2016

    You guys are definitely blessed

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