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  • Writer's picturechris walsh

Are the Winter woes receding?

Its been a hard winter here in the Cevennes, with many of we older men succumbing to sciatica as the temperature dropped, while most everyone went down with some respiratory virus or other. The nights have been zero or below, with first rain, then snow, then frost, while the days are showing signs of global warming , temperatures between 8 - 17 degrees and nature showing increasing signs of distress and confusion, one minute it's Spring, the next back to sub zero.

But at least our and our friends' health is getting back to normal, aches and pains reducing and I even managed to ride down into town and then back up to our village on the bicycle of choice for we seniors - electric!

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