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Ah... Friday.




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News from the (hot, very hot, in the hot weather kind of way) front will coming a bit later... and by that I mean, "eventually, maybe in a month".





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It's not the 25th of May and therefore a bit early to wear lilac... but it blooms early in the area.




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2 days' worth of changes.




April 1

Apr. 19th, 2014 09:00 am
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Oh, and in the land of "this is something that is quite interesting and I knew almost nothing about till now even though I should have known about all of this a lot more" - How The Woman Got Her Period. Apparently we got the short end of the evolution stick on this one... from a certain POV.
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The final days of the mimosa didn't have it looking its best, but I feel the need to document the final stages of that tree (see the rest in chronological order here). Oh, and a bit of calanques on some random morning.




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For some reason yesterday felt like it should have been the 14th. Didn't feel like a 13th day of the month at all.




March 21

Apr. 8th, 2014 09:00 am
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Apparently there was a 5.1 an earthquake last night in Barcelonette (that's a town a bit up North, not Barcelona) that could be felt down here also... but I didn't feel it at all. It happened at 9:27PM and I do remember thinking that it would be nice to have a snack, so maybe that had been fuelled by the micro shaking.

March 20

Apr. 7th, 2014 09:00 am
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Interesting stuff to ponder - GoogleMaps and how it deals with territorial "conflicts" (and how it could possibly deal with Crimea in the future). You do have to wonder just how dumb that guy in the first example was... who uses GoogleMaps as a reference to what a country's border is? Because clearly everything you see on the Internet is true! Everyone knows that! It's like those people who drive off into lakes because they blindly follow their GPS.

Oh, and a possible (although very expensive) Father's Day present - a portable sawmill that a single person can carry, set up and use to cut up whole trees. Alas I think the thing can only pay itself if you live close to a forest where you can legally cut trees and there are good species of trees around, somehow I don't think the pine trees around here are worth a lot.

March 2 (1)

Mar. 5th, 2014 10:44 pm
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Looks like it's the end of the mimosa for this year!
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After all this randomness comes the usual warning - if the posts become extinct or erratic in the next two weeks it's because I usually fail at updating while on the move.

February 26

Mar. 4th, 2014 09:00 am
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The problem with places where it doesn't rain all the time in winter is that when it does rain a few days in a row it feels like a deluge.




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