We said our goodbyes to Theo and Mairead, and then headed up to the office to pay our little tab for the stay at the campground. When we checked in, we were met at the desk by Rebecca, who is the young lady that has been checking us in at Antibes for the other times we had been there. Now I guarantee you, she has seen a lot of people check in, but when we walk into the office we were met by “Why Hello Mr and Mrs Goodman”… Well anyway, we had to go say good-bye to her as well, but unfortunately it was her day off, so…if you happen to read this Rebecca, “Thanks again for the hospitality you provided us”… As we passed through Boit going to the Autostrade, we found the cemeteries still filled with people paying their respect. The ride onto Nimes was easy, with little traffic on the roads and the sun shinning. The colors have really started to change on the grape vines and the trees. The Mountains along this route are interesting as well. The first group, the rocks are a deep red, and the second group the rocks are an off white. The air was crisp and clear as we had a thunderstorm come through early this morning for about 45 minutes, but when it was time to get up, the sun was out and looking good. After arriving in the Nimes campground, I pulled out the barbeque and barbequed a beautiful pork filet. In the morning we have one thing that we must do…get to an internet café…it has been too long since I’ve up-loaded the journal and checked our emails. After that, we head into Spain and look for our next campground in Figueres.