A hero’s catch on the beach at Annoville
Gratitude is knowing we can walk this beach every day.
Leeks in our veggie patch.
Hellebores in our young woodland
For the days when we feel we haven’t been productive
This greenhouse didn’t last long, but it was a good team effort
Cold frames and cloches made from the panels of the ex-greenhouse
A little dusting of snow in February
Joo was having professional photos taken while Patrick was walking the dogs…
Gorgeous gorse at l’abbaye d’Hambye
Sunrise at the dunes at Annoville
Between daily walks on the sand dunes and the gardening, we keep our bodies moving
Bunnies. Where are the bunnies?
Joo has been teaching breathing classes to raise money for the local migrant charity
Our deep, resonant gong
Joo teaching qigong at the wellness centre in Saint-Lô
Resting, the most important practice.
Wykeham and Byron sniffing out the woodland.
The boys love the sand dunes at Gouville.
We uncovered a well in the front garden. The stone is beautifully preserved.
There's plenty of ivy to strip off the stone walls.
Horse and trap at Annoville on a sunny morning.
Sunset at Gouville beach. The most amazing light & reflections.
An abundant harvest of pears and apples this summer.