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I am located on the slope of the Tartas mount 1348 meters at the neighbourhoods of the village of Saint-Paul.
While my friends filled of the buckets of snow to cool the aperetisers, I was looking the horizon and observed the chain of the Ardeche volcanos. The higher one is the Mezenc Mount which culminates at 1753 meters.
Just point a vertical line above the tractor you will see the top.
Actually I benefitted this morning from a more lenient weather to approach these tops and I reserve soon some surprises to all of you.
In this tractor a cousin of my friend Philippe plows his field; he is one the sixty inhabitants of this village which chose to stay here.

Stitch of two horizontal pictures.

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