Living in Spain, warts and all

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 …

 

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Comments on: "A Bit of Imagination and a Cartload of Elbow Grease" (10)

  1. Very impressive or muy impresionante (is that correct?)

  2. Correcto – ¡y muchísimas gracias, amigo!

  3. . . 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!

  4. I love the name! And those are really nice photos.

  5. 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.

  6. The kennels look first-rate, and the terraces laced with blooming almond trees – lovely!

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