by Creusebear • Sun 20 May 2018 16:15
As holiday home owners I am hoping we will still be able to keep our house in Creuse for a while yet with little change. It is so difficult to get any sense of the practical implications when Brexit goes live. Will we need a visa? Will we be taxed differently? Who knows! I have tried to maintain a '...
by Creusebear • Wed 16 May 2018 20:36
There are lots of resources for teaching EAL online. Have you any teaching experience? Teaching adults and children can be a very different experience! Also is there a purpose? eg is it to support school or business language or just to improve conversation.In my opinion you need to know your market....
by Creusebear • Sat 28 Apr 2018 12:58
Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your purchase. Crozant is a lovely spot! Your new neighbours may be of help in finding someone to open up the house for you (also a very useful way of keeping a regular eye when you are not there) I have also noticed on the notice board of the local bakery...
by Creusebear • Sat 28 Apr 2018 12:50
Our neighbours took along nearly 100 litres of fermenting soft fruit (mainly plums) they had been keeping in a plastic vat and feeding with sugar since last summer. It was processed and distilled in one day. They came away with 17 litres of 'la goutte' or there was another name they used too ( nueau...
by Creusebear • Sat 21 Apr 2018 15:51
Saw this parked up in a local village car park. 'Le brouyeur de cru' (sp?) I had heard there were still a few around but had never seen one up close. There was a plaque on the boiler dating it at 1926! I wish I had stayed longer to chat to the owner. He told me that once he retires there will be no-...
by Creusebear • Fri 09 Mar 2018 00:01
Ha! I thought so too until I once saw them growing in a garden by the Nile when I was but a nipper - it was like a mind reset moment. I recently came across a Canadian blogger who had successfully grown them, eventually. If they can grow in the short Canadian summer surely they could grow in the glo...
by Creusebear • Mon 29 Jan 2018 19:37
:evil: :evil: :evil: This has sort of passed me by, probably because even 70% off isn't enough to tempt me to try it again. It's mostly sugar and palm oil - yuck. :| I know what you mean, but our little friend 'Scampering Didier' cannot resist it's sweet unctuousness, which makes it perfect bait for...
by Creusebear • Sat 27 Jan 2018 19:41
Le partage Un vieux couple entre lentement chez Macdonald, par une froide soirée d’hiver. Plusieurs clients les regardent avec admiration : – Regardez ce vieux couple, toujours amoureux malgré les années… Le vieux monsieur se rend directement à la caisse, commande et paie pour le repas. Le couple pr...
by Creusebear • Mon 22 Jan 2018 21:34
It's interesting the things that are commonplace and what is more recherché in local supermarkets. I reckon you'd have to look in a larger city or in a specialist shop. (I'd be happy to bring some out at Easter for you!) There's a guy in St Aout market who sells herbs and spices, I think he has a sh...
by Creusebear • Sat 06 Jan 2018 20:18
I second Dave's recommendation for Brunet Prudhomme in Bonnat. We have a freestanding wood-burner but they also do inserts. M. Prudhomme lined the chimney and fitted the baffle as well as the burner. Prices were good and service and advice was excellent - very professional and efficient. We also use...
by Creusebear • Thu 28 Dec 2017 22:49
1 : k-do - cadeau
2 : trait-no - traîneau
3 : pou-paix - poupée
4 : voix-tu-re - voiture
5 : gui-re-land – guirlande
Meilleurs voeux pour le Nouvel An!
by Creusebear • Sat 23 Dec 2017 20:05
1- Mon premier est une consonne. Mon deuxième est une note de musique. Mon tout s'offre à Noël. 2- Mon premier se trace souvent avec un crayon et une règle. Mon deuxième veut dire non en anglais. Mon tout transporte le Père-Noël. 3- Mon premier marche sur la tête. Mon deuxième fait déposer les armes...
by Creusebear • Wed 20 Dec 2017 15:27
https://www.berryprovince.com/agenda/ma ... la-chatre/
With ice rink!
by Creusebear • Wed 20 Dec 2017 15:24
Les 22 et 23 décembre - Marché de Noël - Guéret
Place du Marché, vendredi de 9h30 à 21h, samedi de 8h30 à 20h.
Informations au 07 75 10 34 69.
by Creusebear • Sun 17 Dec 2017 18:20
On a banner driving through Cluis a couple of days ago . Also a poster on the vet's window. There was one about another Christmas fair in Nouzerolles today but I was too late for that one.