A Taste of Garlic

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centre  Days on the Claise   because we all love reading blogs about life in FranceNow, I don’t want to say that Days on the Claise is a big blog but… for a blog that only been going since 2006, 889 posts is rather a lot of posts.

This is another of those blogs that I’ve been watching for a while, meaning to review but, never quite getting round to it.

Not the fault of the blog at all!  More the fault of the lazy reviewer!

You see, there just aren’t any bad posts on this blog.

You can dive in anywhere and come up with something good;  take a look at what I found…




I first learned to Never Judge a Restaurant in France by its Facade, quite right too!  Then I visited A French Potager (and very nice it was) before reviewing the obligatory mushrooming post (no blog is worth reading unless it contains a post about wild mushrooms) at Hedgehog Mushrooms.

I got interestingly confused during A Day of Three Halves and then hiked off to Look For The White Vans so that I could grab a spot of lunch.

I must admit to envying Susan and Simon (who maintain this blog), because they own a beautiful Citroën Avant Traction named Célestine!

I wonder if I would be a better blogger if I owned a Citroën Avant Traction?  You know, I rather think I would.

Now it’s just a question of convincing the bank manager!

Mind you, I’ve got a feeling that I might have to settle for A French Classic instead.

Going back to 2006 we can find out How It All Started and the blog’s philosophy seems to be summed up by this post on Previous Thoughts.

Personally, I think the Winnie the Pooh thought was the most profound (and apt for me)……

Did you ever stop to think, and forget to start again?
Winnie the Pooh

And, on that note, I’ll leave you to visit Days on the Claise.  Just make sure that you don’t enjoy yourself so much that you  don’t want to come back!

All the best

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