Last Night on the Tiles
That's it. It's all over. Labels: factory
I've found a new job near Angouleme, starts Monday 6th July.
No more shifts, no more weekends missed. And with le Tour starting Sunday that's just as well.
It's all a bit strange because I've been working there for nearly 5 years, and the tile factory pretty much defines who I am in France. Now that's all finished and a new adventure starts.
My last nightshift coincided with a couple of colleagues' birthdays. So we decided to have a BBQ during the midnight break. I brought cider, Charentaise prunr tarts and the cups and plates, Stephane provided the saucisses and merguez, and Jean-Francois brought tyhe bread, cognac & schweppes and wine.
Here we have all the guys from "E" Team:
This is me giving my old faithfull press Mulder a last farewell caress. Comment elle etait capricieuse, la saloppe!
And the "Loubert Quatre" team: Pascal: responsable, Didier: transbordeur, and Stephane: attrapeur like me. Pascal, Didier & I have been together the whole 5 years. They have worked at the factory for over 20 years.