An Elephant on the Allier by Angela Wren

One Cat writer telling another a fascinating tale from France

The Bingergread Cottage

NellietheElephant Nellie

TheAllieratMoulins The Allierat Moulins

The département of Allier sits in the centre of France and covers the area from just below the RN7 in the north, to Digoin in the east, Gannat in the south and just a little past Montluçon in the west. The river after which it is named rises in the Cévennes, north east of Mende and flows north, splicing the département in half until it joins the Loire just west of Nevers. Allier, 03 if you see it on a French number plate, is one of the four départements that make up the region of the Auvergne. A wonderfully rugged and scenic part of the country with towns and villages of timbered houses, dense forests and its fair share of chateaux. I’m telling you this so that you will understand that it is not the sort of place one would expect to see an elephant! But…

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My blog for all things spiritual. Author, shaman, knitter and motorcycle freak. Have published seven novels with two more in the pipeline pus two non- fiction works to come.
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