Tag Archives: Weather in France

Completing the loop

Last year, we drove from our house in central France, up to Belgium and across to Germany before embarking on our “big day” travelling homeward-bound across 3 countries (I just love that about Europe!) to complete our 3000km “loop.” We left Stadtkyll, … Continue reading

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Whatever the weather

No matter where you are in the world and what you are planning to do – you can’t control the weather. We are currently house-swapping – living in a house in Melbourne’s outer eastern suburbs while the owners are enjoying our house in … Continue reading

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Here comes the sun

The wet weather has finally broken here in Argenton sur Creuse. I guess it is spring and rain is to be expected, but we had never seen the river Creuse gushing quite this before. You could hardly see the causeway (probably not the … Continue reading

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Back to blogging

As the craziness of Christmas settles down I can finally get back to blogging. How is it that Christmas and the end of the year is always such a deadline for us? Somehow wanting to squeeze in everything that we should … Continue reading

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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

At a time when most Aussies (well most that we know) are shivering in the middle of the drizzly Australian winter I started thinking about our first experience of snow in Argenton sur Creuse. Having never lived anywhere it snowed before we … Continue reading

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Lost in translation

After working hard for the week it was time to have a couple of days off and we went for a walk in the glorious spring weather on Saturday, trying to find the Brocante (second hand market which includes professionals) that … Continue reading

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