The holiday is nearly over, but there was a chance to visit the north coast near to St. Pol de Léon and feel a bit envious of the wonderful soil and kinder climate. And the cauliflowers:
And the artichokes:
Some other things:
Haha….cauliflowers and artichokes, looks a bit like a busmans holiday!!
Hope you are all refreshed and raring to go again when you get back.
It’s a fair cop! Wherever I go I’m on the look out for other people’s veg growing…
Refreshed? I’ll settle for getting rid of this cold and no more escapee pigs – big one got away for a while yesterday and sat on my fence! Wish I’d got a picture of that scene..!
Is the ‘sea thing’ a star fish?
Not sure what it was Ben: definitely a part of something big and ugly!
I think I might try and fit in a seaside trip with the boys and dogs next week – it might blow away some of their crabbiness (the boys that is, not the dogs)
Definitely a bit bracing – although warm enough if you could escape the wind. We have 3 boys and there’s nothing like a bit of sea air to dilute the crabbiness… well maybe French school, which I think is very good for boys, but that doesn’t resume hereabouts for another week.
Looks like you had a great holiday Max, great photos. Take care. Sue x
That beach is less than an hour from our front door so we were back in time for tea. My kind of holiday!
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