The last of the ( nearly ) hundred degree days. The itinerant Spanish melon pickers are hard at work. Three trucks move in parallel along the rows of cantaloupes. The melon pickers throw the fruit into the back of the trucks. When they're full the trucks disappear and the pickers settle down. Not many Brits or French would be happy doing this vital but unexciting job.
Off to the airport to collect Americans . The PONs no longer come with us to the airport. After the terrorist attack in Nice the car park has been re- arranged. Three rows of large, impenetrable, concrete barriers and a slew of security gates now separate the airport arrivals hall from the public.
To compensate for being left alone a new toy is bought from the ' essential goods for the journey ' shop. The 'indestructible' dog toy lasts for all of three minutes before Sophie removes its nose and the squeaker.
'Indestructible' clearly has a different meaning in French.
Sophie looks extremely pleased with her handiwork.
Bob is uncertain what to make of the arrival of this unruly flock.
Initial reticence is overcome by a lengthy bout of Throw the Furry Fox followed by some touch rugby.