1. What a poem!

  2. This place sounds idyllic! We will definitely keep it in mind for future visits. I have been meaning to ask, what are September and October like in the Luberon? Inquiring minds want to know… ~ David

  3. Was I waxing lyrical too much about how lovely and relaxing the Tuilieres property is?

    I probably could be inspired to write poetry there!

    Thanks for your note, Brian!

  4. September and the beginning of October are one of my very favorite times to visit. The weather is pleasant, even quite warm some years, and the markets are still in nearly full swing, but there are not the crowds of people to navigate through on the streets. The lighting is lovely, as usual. It can rain and, as you move into October, that becomes more likely…still there are things to do or the dampness might inspire a fire, a bottle of wine, and cooking, and so on!!

  5. Dear Susan, great article! and beautiful pictures. In fact I'd much rather be going to Provence than stay in Paris…. It would be so great to be there again and go to Forcalquier. Come over Susan, and we can go together and skip all the food shops. A bientot chère amie, Janine K.,

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