Jump in the line!
So I know I promised everyone a couple more practical classes, and I really mean to get on with them today or tomorrow, (the etched glass is proving difficult to photograph), but this week’s been taken up mostly with getting on with the garage extension.
We did take a couple field walks and one down to the village…
…and our good friend John came for a day to give a hand with the cement walls.
Chloe kept our spirits up with he brilliant videos, plus hilarity ensued here with Robert’s Euro-dance music blasting out.
I made this ridiculous little compilation video for you. (R says, “Oh God, don’t spread it around!) 😀
And nothing more to report really.
No palaces visited, no grand parks, no rivers walked past, not much art…except for a couple stepping stones (have to photograph the second one still).
But I did make a delicious quiche.
This one with leek, onion, red pepper, some bacon and some chorizo, garlic, herbs and salt.
Simple, done in a half hour, out of the world delicious.
And, as I usually do, made a few pastries from the left-over pie crust dough. Rolled flat, brushed with butter, sprinkled with brown sugar, stuffed with apricots. Oh, such lovely sweet little treats, and made even more special since there are always only about 6 or 8 available, but so worth it.
And! Our garage extension is almost done! Almost time for the roof.