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The joys of spring

Now the weather has turned warmer, life is looking a bit better for many of us. Now that my wife and I have both had our first jabs ( Astro Zeneka) we are looking forward to our second in June and then hope to be able to travel and for my children to visit us again.

The plants are beginning to grow in the allotment I have carved out of a terrace long overgrown with weeds and shrubs and trees and brambles. Good for the mind and body and offers a great view of the Cevennes valleys.

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