Wow! Look at those colours!
That's not oil seed rape (I don't know what they call it in the USA). It's a mixture of cowslips and dandelions - hundreds of them.
and the most blossom we've ever had in 10 years. The tree to the right is the edible cherries and the one in the centre is those bitter cherries that we sometimes use for Clafoutis, or I bottle them in Pineau or Eau de Vie - yum!
Last but not least, a very spring looking top being put together.
I've taken the house out (may put it on the back), am going to fill in the gaps with trees and call it Family Trees. The Young One got quite upset when she saw that I'd added Jane's name. "She doesn't live here!" She may not live here, but she's a Worthy too. So there!
On to the photo in the last post. Jane guessed it. It's a sewer/drain and the photo was taken by The Young One.
She was standing on the river bank at Bourdeilles, a pretty medieval village near here, taking photos of shells in the river (and those are good too). She leant right over (good job she didn't fall in!) to take a photo of some shells under the river bank and took this photo "by mistake". She didn't realise she had taken it until she was going through the photos later! As it turns out, it's a goody!
Weather forecast for tomorrow is dreadful so I hope to get the top finished and then I really really really must get out that big box of red and white blocks which keeps looking at me in a soulful way and making me feel very guilty!
Have a great Easter weekend and eat lots and lots of chocolate!