Montrésor is a village (pop. 350) located about 20 kilometers southwest of Saint-Aignan. That's 12 or 15 miles. And Montrésor is one of the 154 Plus Beaux Villages de France, according to the association that keeps the list. The village grew up around a château-fort (a medieval forteresse) first built in the 11th century.
Over the next few days and weeks, I'm going to post a few photos of Montrésor scenes that I've taken since we moved here in 2003. One at a time. I stumbled upon these a few days ago. You can click on them to enlarge the image and see more detail.
And by the way, Happy Thanksgiving. Today is not a holiday here in France, but we have our own little celebration. We'll be cooking our usual late-November gigot d'agneau (leg of lamb), which we'll have with escargots de Bourgogne in garlic-parsley butter as a first course, and then haricots blancs from our 2017 vegetable garden and some choux de Bruxelles that I bought at the supermarket as side dishes. We save the meal of roast turkey or other fowl for Christmastime. Oh, and we are quand même having pumpkin pie for dessert today.