Monday, 13 April 2009

Arguignac moves into the 19th century.

I mentioned Didier earlier on my blog, he lives in the Longere at the end of the lane about 100m away he has a small garden to the side of his house, a couple of buildings behind and a piece of land on the opposite side of the lane I would say about 2500sqm half covered in trees the other half is his vegetable garden.
As soon as he comes in from work he's out working on his garden, today we noticed his family were all in his garden, they always work like this but this is first time I actually took photographs, well Paul did.

This is an old wooden framed plough, once upon a time this would have been pulled by horse or Ox, today things are a bit more modern, but only just.

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