Posts tagged with bogo

preparing to leap

Posted Tuesday December 13, 2016 by Hazel Durbridge

I underestimated the level of emotional withdrawal needed to take a leap. VSO wrote to offer me a placement as Institutional Development Advisor to Bogo Council in the north of...

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Posted Tuesday July 21, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

Last week it was GICs, this week it was GICs and wells and wells of tears metaphorically. There are basically 2 types of wells. The first is – forages –...

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Posted Tuesday July 14, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

I am always on a mission about the utilization of public buildings. Basically I got the sous prefet to agree that we could use a big meeting room once a...

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My ‘elevage’ meets with death

Posted Tuesday June 16, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

My own attempts at ‘elevage’ have met a lot of death. Last week, Mabel the sheep died. Basically she was going out ‘en brousse’ and ate some wet morning grass...

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Posted Tuesday June 09, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

What shall I pontificate about this month? Feudalism. Much of what I have found in Bogo is essentially feudal – a way of life I taught in my History classes...

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