Ode to a blustery winter campsite in the Dordogne

It’s good to know,
As the north winds blow,
That there’s plenty of eau,
And the eau is chaud.

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I think it might have been Adrian Plass, writing about camp life, who said that the taps are labelled “C” and “H” standing for “cold” and “horribly cold”…

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