Monthly Archives: December 2021

Fog to start the day

At this time of year, heavy morning fog isn’t an every-day occurrence in the Greater Daglan Area, but it is fairly common. For example, I had to drive through thick fog on Saturday morning as well as today (Tuesday), as … Continue reading

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The tree and the truffles

Sure signs of the holiday season in Daglan: the village Christmas tree is installed in the main square, and our weekly market for black truffles begins. First, the tree. I now quote from my posting of December 10, 2016: “There … Continue reading

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Clamato cheer and bean bliss

Before my lunch today, I enjoyed a Bloody Caesar cocktail, made with Clamato. If you know what I mean, you’re almost certainly a Canadian reader; if not, you’re from another part of the world. In fact, I’m not sure that … Continue reading

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