We started off by going past the Victorinox factory in Delémont, followed closely by an old water wheel,
illustrating the town's industrial history. We left the town and set off across fields and a nature
reserve before pssing through Courroux and looking inside the church. After Coucelon we before coming
to the interesting architecture of the church in Vicques, built in 1960.
From there it was through the woods again, disovering on the way a huge stone by a stream which, legend has it,
rotates by itself at midnight of a full moon allowing witches to escape. There is also a headless lady
haunting the woods on moonless nights!
From Rebeuvilier, we took the bus back to Delémont, and had a look around the old town.
We also managed to collect a pilgrim stamp from the church of Saint Marcel.