Random musings on running a private hotel / gîte in Northern France
Saturday, 10 October 2009
I was once gently but firmly taken to task by a botanist for calling this plant a Fuchsia Riccartonii. It's a Fuchsia Magellanica Riccartonii, but whatever, it survived the drought and is celebrating the arrival of rain in grand style.
By a beautiful river valley in North-West France. This blog is about the day-to-day events in running a group gîte in Mayenne. There's a lot of gardening, maintenance, but, I hope, a lot of fun too.
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