Hardworkinghippy and Fabrice and their off grid, home built house and smallholding in Bourrou, France
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La Ferme de Sourrou
Oh, this makes me terribly jealous and somewhat nostalgic for the bounty of autumn. Here in my corner of Oregon, we have many chanterelles, but finding ceps is a rarer thing.Great post.Farmer
Hello and thanks Farmer - hey, winter isn't even finished yet! :-)Chanterelles are lovely fungi too - great in an omelette or just fried with butter... Do you have certain years when Ceps are more common?Now I'm off to have a look at your blog...
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