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What are two sheep tied to a tree called in La Moussiere?

Oddly enough, much to Celtic amazement, not a leisure centre. However, these two sheep in the meadow adjacent to our house are looking closely at the leisure centre of a,┬ásadly now deceased, local farmer which is encapsulated in this tiny … Continue reading

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