Another example of a rather shabby place done up. Here two essential elements of the distilling process on display outside the old factory that is still in use.
The harbour was quite filled with our barges when we all went in there. The rest of the year it is in use as a marina only, as the image above shows.
Restoration in this former industrial area implies a great deal of cleaning. When I first saw this church and the town hall further back, they were all black. Now only one side of the church is left to be cleaned.
The regional dialect is called Ch'ti-Mi (meaning 'You, I'). Also a handy name for one of the beers that this area is famous for.
Here's a song in Ch'ti-mi called P'tit quinquin. The dialect is also referred to as Picard.