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  • Avalanche

    Posted on September 30, 2013 by in blog

    10/3/2012 first real avalanche of the season this week, a small 25m wide and 200m long number. Spring is definately here changing the snow pack and bringing wet heavy snow. The new snow skis well and Tom and I have been having a great time in it but the fact that it has fallen on a […]

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  • Our little community

    Posted on September 30, 2013 by in blog

    17/08/2012 A word on community “ We are a small community here in Bansko. If you stretch the numbers a bit we could be a total of 50 people living here permanently.  Ex-pats and their families dot most of the villages in our region. Our children go to the local schools, we use the local doctors and get […]

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  • Property in Bansko

    Posted on September 30, 2013 by in blog

    Property in Bansko. 28/12/2012 I was in a meeting yesterday, the local property management companies had asked for a meeting with the mayor which became a meeting with the mayor, all his team, the town council and all the tourist associations. The main point of the meeting was for the British business’ to get some […]

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  • Pink Tomatoes

    Posted on September 28, 2013 by in blog

    28/08/2013 Pink tomatoes, the seasons turn,the odd shower of rain has cooled Bansko, the days are getting noticeably shorter and the  blackberries with their contrary nature begin their lethargic charge towards autumn. Of all the “important” crops in our life the blackberries are the least stressful, at one and the same time they are one of the most […]

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  • Djangal 2730m

    Posted on September 1, 2013 by in blog

    02/08/2013 Training/playing again! Yesterday I finally got to the top of Peak Djangal 2730m. A long day all in all with maybe 8 hours of hiking and climbing as we tried to find  a route up the hill. There are a few relatively clearly marked trails for people to use but none of them are really […]

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