Morning, all! And what a fine and fabulous morning it is, too! Bright blue skies, temperatures in the mid-twenties, and a fresh and gentle breeze wafting in the smell of freshly-wet earth and various barbecues up and down the valley. Standing on the terrace, a large mug of coffee in hand and gazing across the valley, I was moved by the sheer beauty of terraces bedecked with almond trees laden with blossom, and was inspired to capture it.
So having made the effort to locate the camera, I went on to take some photos of the barns/kennels today. I therefore give you a quick glance at the very thing that got me blogging, stopped me blogging and then started me off again, with a few before-and-after shots …
Here’s praying that it will soon be open!
Comments on: "A Bit of Imagination and a Cartload of Elbow Grease" (10)
Very impressive or muy impresionante (is that correct?)
Correcto – ¡y muchísimas gracias, amigo!
. . with what’s going on here, my bags are packed and I’m checking EasyJet. You’ve got your first paying inmate (’tis ‘inmate’ when we’re behind the wire?). Impressive!
You wouldn’t need to pay, Alan. You can clear up your own poo.
I love the name! And those are really nice photos.
Thank you so much!
I was trying for a play on words – as in es perro, espero, ES perro. Not sure if anyone gets it, though!
I get it! And I love it. I´m gobsmacked by the work you´ve done and really, really wish I had a dog to leave with you! Do you take children? (Well-behaved and toilet trained). Hopefully this baby of yours will fly very soon – it´s wonderful and sorely needed. Congratulations Deb, you´re an inspiration.
Thanks, Mo. And I never doubted that you would get it!
Shame the bloody ayuntamiento doesn’t – on any level.
The kennels look first-rate, and the terraces laced with blooming almond trees – lovely!
Thanks! The almond trees must be fully applauded for their contribution; the kennels, we’re taking all the credit 😉