After three years I have finally had my phone on me to capture the sunrise when it hits the stonework. For a few minutes our house is this glorious pink
Special bonus capture of my newly trimmed and trained wisteria. Here is hoping for a bumper crop of flowers this year. # nofilter
Comfy Chalets surrounded by beautiful Nature in the French countryside 🌱
Enjoy a lovely French breakfast 🥐
Visit one of the Vineyards of Bourgogne 🍇
Have a dip in the Pool after a visit to the Sauna💦
Pop a Bottle of local Crémant 🍾 and just relax..Maybe even have a nice afternoonnap..😴
When the Sun goes down a 4 course Diner is served in our Restaurant 🍽 with local en homegrown products 🍒
Les Nourrits, C’est la vie🌻
3 756:47 PM Feb 10, 2019
A lovely welcome to our current guests who are here for a cooking course, including a truffle hunt👩🍳with @provencereiser 😘 wishing you all a fantastic week!
After last year's successful banana transplants I have been looking forward to continue the work this year. I did however tell myself that I would wait until late March after the lasts frosts to do it. Ever the impatient gardener I decided today was the day.
All plants have come off of the existing banana photographed top left. It is not looking its best today as I have not stripped it back for the new season.
In chopping off the banana pups I had some issues as you can see bottom left. As these lumps of rootstock looked so healthy I just planted them anyway. I guess we will see some results by early summer. #leroidesbananes
It was windy last night. We watched a few of the old poplars come down in our wood at dusk and continued to hear them throughout the night. No harm done though and even this poplar that fell over the river from neighbouring land was kind enough to fall between the raised beds. #chainsawtime
7 447:53 AM Jan 30, 2019
A pair of chairs just being finished - piping to make and apply - for Gabriel and l’espace perdu.
I decided to choose the windiest day so far this year to give one of the Cherry trees a chop. This tree provides a lot of cherries every year but mostly for the birds so a bit of a tidy up should help encourage lower level growth that we can actually reach whilst still leaving plenty for the birds. #idontevenlikecherriesthatmuch