Pixie finds time to relax in the sun on the swing bed, all she needs is someone to swing her........
MLC Blues band from Tournissan came to play at our first village fete in June - great eveing!!
We had an 'open day' on the Journee de Patrimoine' Heritage day in France and met many interesting people with more information for us about our medieval mill.
Seems to be a bumper year for large crickets - there are about 6 in this photo, all on a spindle tree.
Feline Termenes plant fete and marche gourmande, usually the first outing of the 'season', this year, after snow in May some people lost the plants they bought here.
We had a very interesting day here with an archaeologist, Frederick Loppe and an historian. They confirmed the base of the walls at the back of the mill date back to 1200, which confirms the history we have already discovered. I laid out all the 'finds' we had made over the years and they identified them for me, a piece of roman glass, pottery from the 16th, 17th and 15th centuries, and a 'cannon ball' that our son found 15 years ago which we always thought was an ancient 'boule' for petanque!!! This will form the basis of another posting on this blog and the blog dedicated to the Moulin de St Jean - link in right hand column.