Jenny and Stafford's amazing blog site ~ http://www.gites-morlaix.com/

This is a two part blog, the first part celebrates the launch of the our new web site, whilst the second part will feature the inclusion of some new super photos within the web site.

I am not sure still, after seven months work, what the secrets are to creating a web-site easily.  If anybody has any ideas I should love to hear from them, just for the next time around.

Jenny and I wanted a refreshed, easy to use, modern, stylish replacement for our original web-site that was created for us by our friend John Worsfold about seven years ago.  We have largely retained the wording from the original and indeed many of the photos.  We even had a good idea of how we wanted it to look.  It took us longer us much longer to achieve than expected, but in any event it is now finished and launched.

I am sure that the critical and particularly the teachers amongst you, the readers of our blogs, will spot the typos and grammatical mistakes/errors.

So on to some excuses.  Spring has sprung, we have almost finished the complete refurbishment of our big gite L’Ecurie, with a new roof, new internal and external decorations and some little other tweaks too.  We have been busy in the manor house as well with redecorating the dining room and two bedrooms plus making some changes in the garden.  We have yet to take any new photographs, however, the wisteria and the azaleas around L’Ecurie are almost in full flower ~ so anytime soon!  In addition we have been so busy with clients this April, and both gites are occupied so that photos have not been at the top of our agenda!

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