Saturday, 21 September 2019

'ere tis.

The path is finished and I'm very pleased with the result. 
Now I can hop, skip and jump up to the kitchen door.
Tomorrow we are promised a change in the weather with rain coming in. Today was warm with an unusually strong warm wind, feeling rather like the mistral. It knocked quite a bit of fruit from the trees, the large Bramley apples falling with a thud. I picked some of the pears before they fell. They are still green but will ripen quickly indoors. I baked with some that I had picked earlier in the week.
Pear and chocolate tart. Its a favourite recipe that I've posted some time ago.
 
Its a lovely time of year.

10 comments:

  1. Your garden looks like what I think an English Garden should be. So very lovely.
    The beautiful path was finished just in time.
    parsnip

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  2. That path looks professionally laid! Well done!

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  3. Beautifully done! Your apple and pear orchard sounds lovely. Sadly we fight the deer daily for anything edible. :(

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  4. I hope you used black potash mortar... (only joking_)

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  5. A lovely time of year indeed!
    The photos make me long for my own garden (something I guess will never happen), and I think I must go an buy pears tomorrow.
    Yay for hopping and skipping along your brand new garden path!

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  6. Not quite finished. You haven't chalked on the numbers or marked the cat's cradle.

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  7. Oh fun! Hopping skipping and jumping! :) And yikes, chocolate and pear tart has me drooling!!! :)

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    1. It's the most delicious recipe - I'll post it again.

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