Just back in the UK after another 2months or so In Spain, just below Taragonna. The weather during this period was hot with little or no rain. We decided to try the Bielsa Tunnel again even though we previously had rain, wind and low cloud to block out the views on route. This time we had a feast of snow capped mountains, mountain streams and lakes, bathed in bright sunshine, along side the road making the effort well worth while. Exiting the tunnel on the French side we parked just outside, had a cup of coffee to allow us to spend time taking in the view, a real feast. The view remaind with us all away down from the 1821 metre height of the tunnel, to our overnight stop on the market square at Lannamezzan. The next O/N stop was at Uzurch, No 45 jcnt on the A20, where one gets a fab village and more interestingly- free electricity. The trip via the Bielsa is well worth while if you are lucky, as we were to have the sun, to enhance the views. Just out of interest the mileage from just below Taragonna to LeHavre was less than 775 miles . Regards Ron W.