|Photo from Sue Carter|
Enter my friend, Sue, who had the brilliant idea to put together a Facebook page, 'C'est quercy rouergue' ('It's the quercy rouergue.' The quercy rouergue is what this geographic area is called) She invited a few of us to follow the page with instructions to invite others we think might be interested. From a handful, we are now up to 54 members and growing! The page is a place to publicize local events, offer things for sale, and share news of our villages. I've already learned about two events I would otherwise never have heard about. Sue will monitor the page for spammers and inappropriate content, but otherwise it's up to us to make it a go. Here's the link if you're interested: C'est quercy rouergue.