This is not like me at all - two posts in less than a week?!
In the centre of the village we found this little house and I just had to take a photo of the two windows at the top - you can just about see the little metalwork birds in the one on the right. I think it's a lovely window!
We will be there again on Saturday evening because the local bar is hosting a 'Sausage Sizzle' and the sausages are to die for - from a local farm run by a lovely English couple who rear their own Gloucester Old Spot pigs, and produce the best pork ever. The sausages are the best I have ever tasted.
Such a shame about the road sign - it just doesn't seem to fit into such a lovely setting, does it?! The flowers are just starting to go over but the colours are still gorgeous.
....and this was at about 7.30 a.m.
It was really cold at the time, probably no more than about 8 degrees but, by mid-morning, the temperature had risen to around 25, making it the most perfect day.
Small but deliciously sweet and tasty - peaches from our very own tree, waiting to be preserved in white wine if we can stop eating them straight from the bowl!
Thanks for reading - hope you all have a lovely day!
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