November 18, 2009

Getting back to "normal"...

I think everyone present agreed that the Open was a "blast", in more ways than one.

It's just been soooo busy ever since. Paying suppliers, cleaning up, saying farewell to players who decided to stay a couple extra days, catching up on last week's orders, etc...

I could go on and on, but I think this interview with our guest of honor, Jacques Pépin, depicts the convivial atmosphere we enjoyed better than anything:


CarolinaPetanque said...

Okay, Philippe, it's been almost two months since your last posting. I know we all agree that you deserved a vacation after all the hard work you put into your tournament, but we're missing your daily blog concerning all things petamque. Isn't it about time for you to go back to work?

Gary & Shirley & CarolinaPetanque

Anonymous said...

I second this!

fc said...

My name is aucarrot. I'am e petanque french player. I live near Saint Etienne in la loire, and near saint bonnet le chateau. Saint bonnet le chateau is the town where lived obut.
Excuses me for my english.
In 2009, i'am playing pétanque at marseille for the bigest tournement who is nommed "le mondial de la marseillaise ". This concours comprend most 13000 players. lets go to the site internet.
Bye nice to meet you