Monthly Archives: November 2014

Rainy day donkey scrapbook

A rainy Sunday here is quite a novelty and it is quite pleasant to have to remain indoors listening to the splashing of the rain outside the door. I fed the donkeys a while ago and there were three warm … Continue reading

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I’m a lumberjack and I’m OK

The dead almond trees in the fields nearby have been acquired for my winter heating, after I asked the current owner of the land if I could take them.  So I bought myself a chainsaw on Friday night on the … Continue reading

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Drought in Alicante

I wrote last week that I would write further on the Alicante drought situation, and I have been writing a case study for my A-level Geography students, so here is perhaps more than you expected on the subject (!) Water resource … Continue reading

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Donkey sanity returns

The donkeys and I have had a very close shave this week: we nearly had our lives taken over in a most unwelcome manner. All is sorted out and our home is back to normal. What lesson can we draw … Continue reading

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Summer in November

The drought in Alicante continues and I will be posting more about that very soon. I am doing a study of the drought situation for my geography lessons with GCSE and A-level students, and I shall write a blog post … Continue reading

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