We set out on a walk after deciding Mom didn’t need to be rushed off anywhere. A borie ruins marked with a pink star on our trail map just a few kilometers out of town had caught our eye. After almost reaching our destination without getting lost, the trail did a funny jig and we were left not sure where to look for our borie. Venturing down the path we thought might be right proved fruitful, revealing a group of larger bories off in the woods, each about twice the size of the ones Alan and I had seen on our walk out of Bonnieux. We scrambled in around the overgrown ruins before heading on the loop trail we’d figured out. The trail lead to a high point with nice views of Rousillon and Goult across the valley before returning us to Lacoste.
|Old deux chevaux (it's name means two horses)|
|Old tractor in the woods along the trail|
|There are lots of varieties of butterflies here|
|Mom looking in on of the borie|
|See how much longer these ones are?|
|Rousillon across the valley|
|Goult, which we haven't been to but is close by.|