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One last job to do was cut the grass before our first guests arrived, it started well, especially avoiding cutting this gorgeous wild flower that appeared in the orchard from nowhere, and then my steering column (on the tractor) snapped ! no grass...
Getting some spring pots planted is thirsty work as Ginger demonstarted
Its the 31st March and a beautiful spring day in the Luberon and the weather is set fair for the forthcoming Easter weekend.
Its almost as reliable as the blossom appearing on the trees, the week before Easter and the Luberon comes alive. Our first clients, from Germany on their second visit to Le Chene are happily installed and we are content to have got everything ready just in time!
May is poppy season in Provence, did you know they rarely come back in the same place the following year? I captured this field just below the village last year early in May.
I was out running this morning, trying to beat the impending rain fall! sometimes the sky is not blue ! The rain won!
One of the many things we love about France is the importance of lunch. Another thing that we have taken from our move here is the wonderful people we have met and become friends with. And what is better on a January day than a four hour lunch. We started with home...