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We've sold our little house in Cazouls-les-Beziers as planned. It was a great place to visit but we wouldn't want to live there. Cathey needs a garden and a kitchen that's not in the middle of the living room. We've traveled throughout Aude and Herault in the Languedoc region of southern France and we love it. So we concentrated our search within a radius of about 25 miles from Cazouls. And eventually we found the perfect house in the little village of Quarante, close to the Canal du Midi and Capestang, 10 minutes or so from Cazouls. 

Since we no longer need a website to promote the rental of our house, we've discontinued southfrancerental.com, purchased the new domain, redirected traffic from the old domain, and for the time being I'll just be blogging. Note the Pages linked on the left. New posts began appearing on those pages beginning in June of 2014. Older posts are archived on my formerly separate blogs, also listed on the left. Read and enjoy.

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