#35.9, Thurs., Aug., 18, 2022

Historical setting: 589 C.E. Journey toward the Loire          This new day we set out to follow the rivers to reach the Loire.  At our pace it takes barely more than a day to come into sight of Sens, a city that keeps its Celtish ways even after the Romans came and built a wallContinue reading “#35.9, Thurs., Aug., 18, 2022”

Post #24.5, Thursday, September 9, 2021

Historical setting: 584 C.E. Ligugè          The stable master is a caldron of bubbling royal rumors, and now he is telling me of a commoner, a son of a slave, turned into a count by King Chilperic.          He goes on, “So this is how the fellow, Leudast, sleezzeled his way to the high placeContinue reading “Post #24.5, Thursday, September 9, 2021”