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A smoother ride

Perhaps you have a holiday home in the Greater Daglan Area, and haven’t been able to visit because of pandemic-related travel restrictions. Even so, you’ll probably recognize the view below — and you’ll also know what’s new about it. Yes, … Continue reading

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Trash Talk 5: Arsonist? Or moron?

Just to be clear, I did not begin this blog in the hopes of becoming the garbage-bin correspondent for a major newspaper. And I do realize I’ve written about the Daglan area’s new garbage bins (les poubelles) several times already. … Continue reading

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Small steps towards progress

Remember when China would proudly announce a Great Leap Forward? Whether the programs worked or not, the phrase sounded wonderful. However, great leaps in any direction would be a bit much for a small village like Daglan. We do keep … Continue reading

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Trash Talk 4: The earth beneath our feet

Unless you live in Daglan, you will find this post incredibly boring. If you are indeed a non-resident, I suggest that you leave the blog now, and take up something like origami or stamp-collecting. Even if you do live in … Continue reading

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Trash Talk 3: Storm clouds ahead

With any luck, waste disposal in the Greater Daglan Area (the disposal of household garbage and recyclables) is not going to become a standing feature of this blog. However, there is now enough evidence to suggest that it’s time for … Continue reading

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