Old school mapping reference tree located on Millars Log Road, Jarradale. They are still handy today if you are using a map to navigate as their role is to locate you on the ground against the marked location on the map.
Google translates ‘etable indeme de tuberculose’ as ‘tuberculosis-free stable.’ I cannot recall the context of this image but I assume at some point in time there was a stable here on the outskirts of the hamlet of Finiels and it was tuberculosis free.
Day 8 of 12 – Le Bleymard to Le Pont de Montvert: Walking the Chemin de Stevenson (GR 70 Robert Louis Stevenson Trail) in the south of France.
Outrage of local people, city had plans to tear down the trees, explode the rocks and build most wanted kindergarten. But to destroy the rocks and recreational park was too much. I thought this fight was already over, but the construction is ceased for timeout. Sadly the trees are already gone for good.
Edit: and the appeal court denied the motion to change the development plans. The rocks will be blown away and the park taken to productive use. Luckily there will be kindergarten for the local kids, but what we don’t understand is how come it couldn’t be built on the empty property 50 meters away from this park?!