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Beth Haslam
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The Peacock Man
It’s not every day one sees a big blue peacock perched on a
tractor. It’s one of my early memories after coming to live in our rural pocket
of France, which suggested things might not be entirely conventional around
here. Happily they aren’t. So when my sis...
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The Peacock Man
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Fancy Lunch?
How I get myself suckered into these situations I shall
never know, but they do seem to happen eerily often. My sister, Di, admits to being a bit of a flibbertigibbet
when it comes to shopping. She is apt to visit as many similar shops as possible
on a comp...
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Fancy Lunch?
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Mysterious Masks in France
Would it be the same wacky Italian band backing a troupe of raucous
can-can dancers? Who could say? Would it be as exciting as last year? Wait…could
it be? It was the annual Spectacle
Vivant (performing arts event) held in our local town, Lomagne. Last year...
Mysterious Masks in France
Mysterious Masks in France
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Accidental Ancient Blog!
So sorry - it seems the cold snap has affected my blog site. :/  Those of you who subscribe to my blogs may have been sent a prehistoric one today. Fortunately this is not a case of hacking, but please ignore it anyway!  :/ My usual monthly instalment will ...
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Accidental Ancient Blog!
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Guest blog from Valerie Poore, author of the Watery Ways series
Here's a treat. I am a great fan of Val Poore's writing and have just finished her book: How to Breed Sheep, Geese and English Eccentrics. It's absolutely wonderful, so you might imagine how pleased I was when she kindly agreed to share one of her stories h...
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Reflections on Another Blissful Year in la France
Here we are again, the end of another year and, wow, it’s
flown by. Each year seems to pass more quickly than the other. And I’m not sure
why. Perhaps it’s just life in la France . Talk about fulfilling. Each month was dominated by wonderful dog walks with ...
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The French Wild Cat
(NB I have not included any graphic images in this account.) Okay, I’ll admit it, I’m completely crazy about animals. Everyone
I know understands this, including my husband, Jack. An engineer by trade, he
claims not to understand my passion. He prefers calm...
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The French Wild Cat
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The Runaway Porker
“Interesting, or bad, news depending on how you look at it,”
announced Jack, my husband, striding across my clean floor in his forest-dirty
boots. “What’s happened?” I said, automatically reaching for the
dustpan and brush. “Nathan has just informed me we h...
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The Runaway Porker
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Guest Post - Lucinda E Clarke
Hello, in place of my usual blog I am lucky enough  to have the company of a writer many of you already know. This multi-talented, award-winning author has published works in several genres. Her work is gripping, often very funny and always fascinating.  I ...
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Guest Post - Lucinda E Clarke
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Beth Haslam commented on a post on Blogger.
What a lovely account, Alison, good for you, it sounds as though you're already making a really positive difference.
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