Tuesday, September 13, 2016
swapping files and such.
Marnay-Sur-Seine is small but has its share of alleyways and nooks and crannies, and the river is always close-by. Most houses are well-tended, though apart from the high schoolers looking to jump into the river in the late afternoon, most life seems to take place inside. Being here during a festival might give the chance to see the village put itself on display. Or maybe an artist exhibition.
They're pretty safe unless they spring a leak or blow up, or so I hear (nuclear power plants, that is).
Today was partially spent moving 1's and 0's around on hard drives, then some character coloring (a little more after this post). Thursday, going to the nearby town of Provins, a UNESCO-approved village with a dusty museum, a tower, and hopefully a nice café from where one can sketch passersby with a nice glass of fizz water.
Posted by baku at 12:59 PM