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Winds in the Countryside

The Downside of Life in the Woods

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We’ve been living in the countryside in Canada since the lockdown in March 2020. I could say most of this country is rural and the downside of living in the countryside is that the infrastructure is fragile.

Last summer, I was picking herbs in our garden when I heard a “Bang!” in the woods in our neighbour’s property. I even saw a very big…

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A view from Japanese writer, about Japan, to decode its society and to glimpse the culture.

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Mai(はな)

Mai(はな)

A Japanese born blogger and writer who currently lives in Canada. https://japanesque-cafe.com/

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