The 110 sheep have crossed the center of Lourdes

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This is the first time: 110 sheep of the Dolot family made the relocation downtown, from summer camp to Quai Saint-Jean.

Along the Boulevard de la Grotte, on the way, the few passers-by at this early hour, between 6 am and 7 am, cannot help them to take out their phones to photograph the scene: in front of them, a flock of 110 sheep, led by Sebastien Delot , its owner, who is accompanied by patronizing friends, and a few young adults, and Cécile Prevost, the deputy mayor responsible for environmental transformation.

A little later, while the sheep were ascending to Quai Saint-Jean, a local resident, who had heard the bells, came out to see the animals smiling.

Just arrived, already at work

Upon their arrival, the shepherds congratulated each other: “It didn’t even take an hour, calm down!”

It’s time to remove their bells, and these young women are already climbing to do their work: grazing the lawn that is right next to the castle.

Only the disgruntled resident disturbs this somewhat conflicted but very sympathetic moment.

The sheep had already left the outer center and crossed the town from Lannedarré to reach the castle, Quai Saint-Jean. Cecil Prevost agrees, saying, “At first, they were so excited. When you put road bells on them, they think they’re going to the mountains!”

In the spring and autumn, the monsters will be responsible for taking care of the city’s lawns. “On June 13th, they will leave for Tromos,” specifies Michel Dolot, the manager of the poplar farm. To return in the fall, city officials help preserve the green spaces.

They will go to places as diverse as the golf course, the lake, the Pic du Jer, the Tydos, the Anclades, La Poudrière, the dialysis center …

gourmet breakfast

À l’issue de la transhumance, la famille Dulout avait tout prévu pour un chaleureux petit-déjeuner, auquel ont participé, bien sûr, les bergers, mais aussi le responsable des espaces verts quige agents a lecompagné de more accompagné de la police municipale qui veillaient à ce que tout se passe bien… Mais aussi les jeunes, qui prenaient des forces avant d’aller vaquer à leurs occupations… Oral blanc de brevet pour l’un, une épreuve moins bucolique, pour et équitation , 11 years old. As for Chantal, a member of Les Petits Pédestres requested by Cécile Prévost as reinforcements, she’s not shy about her happiness either…not to mention what she does every time she goes out: collecting trash on the way.

One certainty: no one regretted getting up at dawn and everyone was hoping for a new release!

Along the Boulevard de la Grotte, on the way, the few passers-by at this early hour, between 6 am and 7 am, cannot help them to take out their phones to photograph the scene: in front of them, a flock of 110 sheep, led by Sebastien Delot , its owner, who is accompanied by patronizing friends, and a few young adults, and Cécile Prevost, the deputy mayor responsible for environmental transformation.

A little later, while the sheep were ascending to Quai Saint-Jean, a local resident, who had heard the bells, came out to see the animals smiling.

Just arrived, already at work

Upon their arrival, the shepherds congratulated each other: “It didn’t even take an hour, calm down!”

It’s time to remove their bells, and these young women are already climbing to do their work: grazing the lawn that is right next to the castle.

Only the disgruntled resident disturbs this somewhat conflicted but very sympathetic moment.

The sheep had already left the outer center and crossed the town from Lannedarré to reach the castle, Quai Saint-Jean. Cecil Prevost agrees, saying, “At first, they were so excited. When you put road bells on them, they think they’re going to the mountains!”

In the spring and autumn, the monsters will be responsible for taking care of the city’s lawns. “On June 13th, they will leave for Tromos,” specifies Michel Dolot, the manager of the poplar farm. To return in the fall, city officials help preserve the green spaces.

They will go to places as diverse as the golf course, the lake, the Pic du Jer, the Tydos, the Anclades, La Poudrière, the dialysis center …

gourmet breakfast

À l’issue de la transhumance, la famille Dulout avait tout prévu pour un chaleureux petit-déjeuner, auquel ont participé, bien sûr, les bergers, mais aussi le responsable des espaces verts quige agents a lecompagné de more accompagné de la police municipale qui veillaient à ce que tout se passe bien… Mais aussi les jeunes, qui prenaient des forces avant d’aller vaquer à leurs occupations… Oral blanc de brevet pour l’un, une épreuve moins bucolique, pour et équitation , 11 years old. As for Chantal, a member of Les Petits Pédestres requested by Cécile Prévost as reinforcements, she’s not shy about her happiness either…not to mention what she does every time she goes out: collecting trash on the way.

One certainty: no one regretted getting up at dawn and everyone was hoping for a new release!

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