Moret-sur-Loing (2)

Last week end still a considerable amount of snow fell where we have been for the last four-and-a-half months. This is how it looked like this morning, when we decided to have a walk to make some pictures of historic Moret-sur-Loing in the snow.

A walk alongside the river Loing.

Peaceful river and scenic historical bridge.

Detail of bridge and Porte de Bourgonje with church in the background.

Part of the weir next to the bridge with Quai des Laveuses in the foreground.

Stairs, leading from Rue de la Tannerie to Rue du Donjon.

Impasse des Buttes.

Passage des Cours Communes.

Rue du Pave Neuf (1)

Rue du Pave Neuf (2)

Ruelle des Masgons.

Porte de Samois aka Porte de Paris. Looking through the Rue Grande the Porte de Bourgonje is visible in the background.

A genuine round trip ended by approaching our floating home from the other direction. The river is on the foreground, bending to the right where he (it is LE Loing, dear reader!) is no longer navigable. On the left the Canal du Loing starts its course. Although the lock looks tiny, its measures are almost 40 meters long and over 5 meters wide!