Everyday life in a rickety old French farmhouse with a very happy Polish Lowland Sheepdog.
A record of those unimportant little things that are too important to be forgotten.
What a great photo! We will be handing Cherry off to our version of the K-E-N-N-E-L-S this evening and heading off on holiday. First stop is St. Andrews, where we will be visiting the University tomorrow during the day and then having dinner at Tailend (I took careful notes of your post a couple of months ago!).
Safe journey. Is it Edinburgh after St Andrews ?
What a lovely view. It doesn't look too dry for you guys? Plenty of green fields.
Not too dry yet but getting that waty.
Are the melons still covered with plastic in this heat?Is the yellow sunflowers or colza?
Not the melons covered in plastic but the apple trees covered in grey netting. The finches flock in huge numbers and eat the young apples if they;re not protected. Sunflowers on the side of the hills.
Hari OMAll things bright and beautiful... YAM xx
One PON tail say it all. . .
One rapidly wagging PON tail.
Exquisite tail! You are feeling well Angus? XXXPam in NH
Angus is no longer seeing stars - during the day.
A museum-worthy title for a museum-worthy picture.Is that weather, or heat, lying along the far horizon?
Heat. Heat and more heat. 38 today.