l’office de tourisme des Monts du Limousin

A large choice of guided walks… Further information

You can download and consult the card free ride on the site www.randonnee-hautevienne.com Further information

Black and white photographs… Further information

The project to reinforce the image of our community MAVAT common (7 Ambazac Commons The Billanges, La Jonchère St Maurice, Jabreilles Bordes St Laurent churches, St Sylvestre and St Priest… Further information
More photos

Ours greeters

Contact our greeters

Read more

Bessines-sur-Gartempe, Village étape

Halfway between Paris and Toulouse, Bessines-sur-Gartempe is the first step in France Village. Come take a break with us …
Read more


› Office de tourisme des Monts d’Ambazac et Val du Taurion

3, av. du Général de Gaulle

87240 Ambazac

Tél. 05 55 56 70 70

Courriel : [email protected]

› Office de tourisme de Bessines-sur-Gartempe

6, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918

87250 Bessines-sur-Gartempe

Tél. 05 55 76 09 28

Courriel : [email protected]

he has allowed a postseason-record eight home runs this year.

As for this season, more teams should explore the type of trade that recently sent Marcell Dareus from the Bills to the Jaguars.

Dareus, who had been a disappointment for the Bills since he signed a massive contract in 2015, was going to be cut in 2018 despite the Bills owing him more than $7 million in cash. Most teams would have looked at the sunk cost of Dareus and ridden it out until next year. Instead, the Bills were aggressive in finding a team with a need to take on the balance of Dareus’ contract in 2017 and ’18.

Yanked in the fifth, Kershaw trudged off with a dubious distinction — he has allowed a postseason-record eight home runs this year.

“Just exactly what you expect (when you) come to the park with Keuchel and Kershaw pitching,” Hinch said.

Awl & Sundry started a kickstarter campaign earlier this year, pledging to put a pair of shoes on kids in Kenya for every pair bought from their new capsule collection. The collection features shoes reflecting the personalities of the players involved, and the project has already raised over $28,000.

The Kickstarter campaign to send shoes to Africa ends Oct. 27. Earlier this month, Burleson, who is now a panelist on CBS’s NFL Today, caught up with SI.com to discuss the project, why he wants to give back, and more.

The official ruled it was a touchdown. On the review, ref Tony Corrente, in consultation with the officiating command center, ruled there was enough evidence to show Seferian-Jenkins had not re-established possession of the ball through the time he fell to the ground. So Corrente ruled a fumble, a touchback, and no touchdown.

Line changes: Pacific Division presents strong waiver add options

Every week, we’ll mine the waiver wire for lesser-owned assets to help your squad, whether you favor dynasty or the redraft format, and we’ll also toss in some tips for DFS players out there. Finally, we will look at some former go-to fantasy assets who might be overvalued — in the short or long term — for one reason or another.

And even if McNair apologized, the comment only serves to validate what many already perceive the thoughts and beliefs of NFL owners to be. That includes Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, 49ers safety/linebacker Eric Reid, and other players who commented about McNair:

I can appreciate ppl being candid. Don’t apologize! You meant what you said. Showing true colors allows ppl to see you for who you are.

“Guys are just a little bit upset with everything that happened,” said defenseman Nate Schmidt, formerly of the Washington Capitals. “You don’t want to be picked in the expansion draft. You want to be protected by your team.”

James Neal certainly did. His last game for the Nashville Predators was June 11, when the Predators were eliminated in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final by the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ten days later, Neal was exposed in the expansion draft and became a no-brainer selection for the Knights.

“It’s always tough to leave a team, but especially when you’re so attached to them,” said Neal. “I knew there was a possibility. Especially being in the last year of my contract.”

What, you might ask, to make of Arizona and LSU, long ago dispatched by The Eliminator? The top one-loss team left in the mix, the Irish have won six straight — all by 20 points or more — since a one-point, Week 2 loss to Georgia. With Miami and Stanford left to play, Notre Dame has little to worry about if it takes care of the business at hand in November.


Ligue 1 Outfit Nice Unveil New State-of-the-Art Training Facility Which Even Includes Sleeping Rooms

OGC Nice have entered the next dimension where training facilities are concerned, after the aspiring Ligue 1 outfit revealed their new, outstanding, state-of-the-art complex in the south of France which even includes sleeping rooms – according to a report published by The Sun.

Hundreds of guests and members of the press were invited to the grand unveiling on Thursday, and it’s safe to say that the majority present probably left with their jaws dragging along the ground in awe.

Inside the dressing room which is clad in black and red, each individual – Mario Balotelli amongst others – will get their own locker with their name and number plastered over it, adding a sense of belonging and homeliness.

In the press room, all 826 professionals to have donned the club’s jersey in the past have been propped up on the walls, tying into the club’s history and tradition in their latest modern settings.

The motion comes a day after U.S. District Court Judge Katherine P. Failla denied the NFLPA’s request for a preliminary injunction in its case against the NFL, reinstating Elliott’s six-game suspension.

The NFLPA earlier Tuesday filed a request for an emergency stay in the U.S. Southern District of New York on the ruling, but Failla quickly denied the motion.

Although the Second Circuit offers Elliott the best chance to return to the Cowboys this season, his odds of success are growing smaller. The Second Circuit ruled against Tom Brady during the Deflategate case and Failla repeatedly cited precedents established by the Second Circuit in that case in her decision to not grant the union’s preliminary injunction request.

Week 8 NFL favorites topple books

Week 8 in the NFL was somewhat unusual in its predictability: Favorites won 10 of 11 games on Sunday.

The Philadelphia Eagles’ 33-10 rout of the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys’ 33-19 win over Washington produced the biggest losses of the day for the books. The Eagles were 13-point favorites, while the Cowboys were 3-point favorites.

The heavily-backed Pittsburgh Steelers’ 20-15 win over the Detroit Lions cemented a winning day for the betting public. Two hours before the prime-time kickoff at MGM sportsbooks, eight times as much money had been bet on the Steelers as had been wagered on the Lions.

Fans at Twickenham Stadium watched the Vikings, now 6-2 and still sitting atop the NFC North, pull away from the still-winless Browns (0-8) in the fourth quarter of what turned out to be a relatively entertaining game.

Astros outfielder Carlos Beltran did his best to counsel Gurriel — who did not speak to reporters after Tuesday’s game — through the boos and try to calm any lingering tensions from the incident in Houston.

“I told [Gurriel], ‘Just think about it like they’re yelling, ‘Yu’ — the two letters in your first name,” Beltran said. “I told him to just try to flip that and use it as an advantage.

“Sometimes it’s hard to do that. But at the end of the day, Yuli is a good man. He made a mistake and he apologized. It was offensive for Yu Darvish, but he was able to turn the page right away. He had some good quotes focusing on the positive and not the negative.”

Julius Peppers sacked Winston in the second quarter, forcing a fumble and moving ahead of Hall of Famer Chris Doleman for fourth on the career sack list with 151.

Newton completed 18 of 32 passes and was intercepted once. He rushed for a team-high 44 yards, including a 20-yard burst on the drive he finished with his TD pass to Benjamin.blues-008

Mauro Icardi Reveals That He Wants to Reach the 100-Goal Mark Playing for Inter Milan

Mauro Icardi has been Inter Milan’s talisman as captain and striker in the last couple of seasons.

Icardi has score 84 goals in 153 games for Inter with six goals in seven appearance so far in this year’s Serie A campaign.

He expressed his gratitude in being apart of Inter’s top 10 record goal scorers, but believes he can achieve more with the Italian side.

“I am very happy to be in the top 10 scorers for this club, but it’s a long way off the top. In any case, my aim is to score many more goals for Inter.”

He believes his development as a striker comes from training every day and receiving help from the Inter staff.

The island was recently devastated by Hurricane Maria and its inhabitants are still very much recovering from the effects of the storm which hit September 20.

For one young football fan, who goes by the name of Alex Idarra, Puerto Rico is extremely important as it is a U.S territory and in a heartwarming clip, he revealed he was trying to raise money to help out those in need by raffling of the shirt that Pulisic had signed for him before a qualifying match against Honduras back in March.

The American midfielder caught wind of Alex’s attempts to do good and responded in fantastic fashion.

He addressed the youngster in a video clip of his own and informed him that he would be sending him another signed shirt to compensate, plus he would be making a donation of his own to help the victims of Puerto Rico.chargers_016

The Pittsburgh Steelers just seem to have Kansas City’s number

The Chiefs fell to 5-1 SU and ATS on the season with their loss to Pittsburgh, losing to the Steelers for the third straight time since the start of the 2016 season.

When the 49ers drafted him in the third round, it was a pick that was mostly laughed at.

“C.J. Beathard had mostly fifth-, sixth-round grades from the teams I spoke with,” NFL Network’s Mike Mayock said, via NFL.com. “[He’s] very smart, understands where to go with the football, better arm than expected when you really sit down and study him. I haven’t seen him live, and the people who went to his Pro Day told me he had an excellent day.”

But Beathard looked good in preseason with 401 yards, four touchdowns and one interception, as well as a 62-yard touchdown run. His revival of the San Francisco offense against Washington on Sunday is more reason to be encouraged about his NFL future.

Through four games, Newhouse has given up just one sack. He has not done well in run blocking — which has had him named a Buster twice — but neither has really any of the offensive line, especially the past two weeks.

What it comes down to is while right tackle was where 7 of the 8 sacks the offensive line gave up last season came from, thus far it is not appearing like the glaring weak area it was before. Despite paying a fraction of the cost at the position they would have for either Watson or Howard. As a result, Pro Football Focus ranked the Raiders the best pass blocking line in football right now.lakers_051

the Rams are 3-2 and tied with the Seahawks for the NFC West lead.

NFL owners, players and representatives met to discuss social issues in the wake of protests across the league, and many involved called the session a positive step.
“I think what he’s doing with Goodell and that is fantastic,” Sherman said of Baldwin, his teammate at Stanford. “He’s been doing that work for years now, meeting with police and trying to work to change, and I think that’s what gets missed sometimes with players, because they’re like, ‘Oh, stick to sports, stick to this.’ And a lot of people have used the phrase like ‘privileged athletes.’ ‘Oh, these privileged athletes, you guys are rich millionaires.’

Of course, no taste of Minnesota would be complete without a little chill. On Sunday, that means the stadium was opened up to 43 degree temperatures in advance of a noon showdown with the Green Bay Packers.

The brisk weather, which will be tapered by U.S. Bank Stadium’s massive heating system, shouldn’t be a shock to either team. The Packers and Vikings play in two of the NFL’s least-forgiving winter homes. Green Bay revels in the sub-zero temperatures of Lambeau Field. While Minnesota plays indoors now, it spent the two seasons prior to the new stadium’s opening at TCF Bank Stadium, the open-air home of the University of Minnesota.

As such, a 40-degree day shouldn’t change much for either team. Which is good, since ain’t nobody got nothing to say about a 40-degree day.

The rookie receiver was a third-round pick in April after a tremendously productive career at Eastern Washington and has been favored target for Kupp early in the season. He finished Sunday with three receptions for 44 yards, but couldn’t haul in the game-winner.

Ultimately, it was five turnovers for the Rams that doomed the team offensively, including two interceptions thrown by Goff.

With the loss, the Rams are 3-2 and tied with the Seahawks for the NFC West lead. But the drop from Kupp will be a hard one to get over.falcons_021

Danny Trevathan’s suspension for hit on Davante Adams reduced to 1 game on appeal

Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan was handed a two-game suspension by the NFL after the league reviewed his hit on Packers wide receiver Davante Adams during Thursday Night Football. That suspension has been reduced to one game on appeal, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Beathard, 23, finished his first regular season action with 245 yards and a touchdown. He also threw an interception that ended the 49ers’ chances at a come-from-behind victory over Washington, but it was a fourth-down desperation heave.

That still wasn’t enough for the Ravens and Joe Flacco, so the game went to overtime.

The Bears won the toss and got the ball first in overtime. Both teams had drives fizzle out at the start of overtime. Howard made up for his earlier mistake on Chicago’s second possession in overtime when he broke off a 53-yard run to put his team at the Ravens’ 40-yard line.

Trubisky came up big on third-and-11 with an 18-yard completion to Kendall Wright that got the Bears inside of field goal range, which was just what Chicago needed.

A 40-yard Connor Barth field goal gave the Bears a 27-24 win.

“It’s kind of crazy,” Peterson said. “Guys come up to me and they say, ‘When you got the ball it’s kind of like holding your breath.’ I experience that when [Hester] is on the field. I’m holding my breath knowing he can take it to the house any time he touches the ball.”

Did Peterson purposefully plug Hester’s nickname? I’ll just say this: never were a pair of honorifics more apt than October 14, 2007, at Soldier Field.

Devin Hester — AKA “Anytime” — did his damage as his nickname suggests: any time he touched the ball. On that day, the total was a mere ten. Yet Hester gained 272 yards on those ten touches, an absurd 27.2 yards per touch, scoring a pair of 80-plus-yard touchdowns, one on a punt, one on a catch.

Red Sox beat Astros 10-3, avoid elimination in ALDS Game 3

Hanley Ramirez waved a “Believe in Boston” flag during pregame introductions, drawing cheers from a Fenway Park crowd fearful of a second straight postseason sweep.

Then he gave the Red Sox exactly what they wished for: more October baseball.

Rivera said Dickson’s production could open up other areas in the passing attack because he might have benefited from attention given to wideouts.

“It looked like they were more concerned with the outside than they were with Ed in the middle,” Rivera said of the Lions. “Our backs have been a big concern for a lot of teams as well. … If you’re throwing the ball to eight different people, now they have to account for them.”

Wentz threw for four touchdowns for the first time in his career Sunday. He seems anxious to see how he stacks up against Carolina.

Sunday afternoon also brings two important divisional matchups. The Packers can build on early dominance in the NFC North if they beat the Vikings in Minneapolis. Tom Brady and the Patriots take on the Jets in the AFC East. The 3-2 Jets are enjoying a good start to the season, but they are without star running back Bilal Powell on Sunday.

What will take place is teams owners and Goodell listening to a group of players who will speak on finding ways to work together to “move from protest to progress.”

“Those conversations have been going on an almost weekly basis,” Lockhart said Monday. “It really is the result of what has been unprecedented dialogue to see what we can do if we work together on this issue.steelers_032

Jerick McKinnon among top football free-agent finds for Week 6

The Giants had four wide receivers leave Sunday’s game due to injury, led of course by Beckham. But with Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard also dealing with ankle injuries, this team is going to be desperate for pass-catchers. Lewis is the next man up on the receiving draft and seems destined to play extensively if Marshall or Shepard can’t play Sunday night versus the Broncos. Lewis had a touchdown in Week 5 and is an add in a deeper league for a receiver-needy owner looking for a dart throw. Tavarres King (re-signed) and Travis Rudolph (practice squad promotion) are also expected to see snaps for the Giants’ receiving group.

Why not do the same for fantasy baseball teams? If that last-place team is typically 100 points worse than the first-place team, giving them, say an 80-point head-start when they square off, certainly will help keep both players a lot more interested in the matchup.

The first responders that they honored before the game and the fans who they saluted after the game are their neighbors.

The Vikings can’t get right at quarterback, but to be fair, that’s part of the package when you trade for Sam Bradford. (It feels like Teddy Bridgewater played for them barely more recently than Fran Tarkenton did.) This is not the unit right now that can get into a legit shootout with Aaron Rodgers and make him pull out the dramatics the way he did against the Cowboys. Too bad, because there’s no reason to trust the Packers defense so far.

The Steelers’ defense has been their backbone, but it has not run into a buzzsaw like this, as Alex Smith and Kareem Hunt are both playing on MVP levels. Le’Veon Bell is living up to that in Pittsburgh, but Ben Roethlisberger is feeling the effects of limited explosiveness around him. Bell and Antonio Brown can replicate their work in last season’s playoff game to keep it close, but the Chiefs will win by scoring actual TDs in the rematch.tigers_047