But it was lovely - its a very rural and peaceful area and although we were a bit early in the season, we did see many fields of these beauties
Mr T gave a hand to keep the place looking tidy
|that blue sky!|
Which resulted in several pots of glossy jam, and was enjoyed in a very nice breakfast
I did swim, but I read a book and even stitched some, whilst sitting in that lovely blue water!
|the Pyrenees in the distance|
A view from the pool
This is also the town that has a delightful Artisan Pottery. We called in there before dinner and a couple of purchases were made
|An Oil carrier and Butter Dish!|
We also had a trip to the local Farmers Market , and I bought a string of the biggest Garlic cloves from a very old lady who jabbered away in the local dialect, but I caught the drift, being that if it is hung in a cool place it will last for 12 months. I have split the string of about 15 cloves between the family.
|It's a Whoppa!|
I have had a "Jar" session since we have returned
So will be making Mr T a cake now and spreading some deliciousness.
The end of June was the Show and Tell of our Mini Mania Group project. This is my June offering. I will post the other members pictures when I get the hand of this Flickr thing Or click the LINK to see them for yourself
|Measures 6" x 8"|
July's Mini has been started - it's a bit of EPP, the design from SewScatterbrained so I will be sitting in the sunshine enjoying the glorious weather