Loue

The Loue is a river of eastern France, a left tributary of the Doubs, which it joins downstream of Dole. Its source is a karstic spring in the Jura mountains near Ouhans, which at least partly receives its water from the Doubs. This connection with the Doubs was only discovered in 1901 when a spillage from the Pernod factory into the Doubs was tra...
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Loue

[Isle] The Loue (Loa) is a 51 km long stream in the Limousin and Aquitaine regions, France. It is a tributary of the Isle, itself a tributary of the Dordogne river. The source of the river is in the commune of Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche in Massif Central. It runs through the Haute-Vienne department in Limousin and empties into the Isle near Cou...
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Loue

[tent] A loue (or loude) is an ultra-light Finnish open tent used to give shelter from wind and rain during rest stops or overnight camping during hikes. Loues are popular as one or two person shelters because they are compact, light (2.2 lbs or 1 kg) and can be set up and taken down quickly. A loue consists of a roughly conical section of ...
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