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Tue 10-Sep-13
5:04 pm
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Do NOT answer that.  wave

 

Been living in Bulgaria for 17.5 months now and slowly getting into our stride.

Sheep, rabbits and chickens which we took on with the property have been joined by geese.    Cuurently I am in a jarring/preserving nightmare with so many crops and fruit trees all screaming at me for attention. 

 

House renovations have been on a go slow as most of our time has been spent in garden or fields but at least this winter I will have an inside toilet.ok

 

Will TRY and get here more often, if only as it's a great source of inspiration.

 

Ciao for now.

Failing is not a fault, refusing to try is

Tue 10-Sep-13
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Thought it was Bulgaria you moved to, not Italybig_laugh

Hello again Tracey, you have been busy.....wow, an inside toilet, I dread to think what you had before.  Our honeymoon (30 years ago) was spent in an old cottage with an outside toilet.....husband had to go and inspect it first each time I needed to use it, to make sure it was free of non-human inhabitants eeek

We're joining the ranks of the chicken keepers soon, we have the coop and the run will shortly be under construction, can't waitlaugh

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Wed 11-Sep-13
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waveGreat to have you back, even if it is a fleeting visit !!  Glad about the new toilet too........I remember some very grim & primitive ones I encountered in Bulgaria in the late 1960's, I was on a visit there for 6 weeks working in the theatre in Sophia. It was at the time of the Hungarian Uprising & all the borders were closed so we were trapped without any access to information.......very scary at the time.  

 

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Wed 11-Sep-13
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Good to hear from you! We. Have nearly finished our first Gite. We plan to improve our house a bit before getting on with the other Gite. Pleased to hear you are settling in.

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