A Monk, the Harvest, Time Travel, Art, Music and Family

A couple of days before our tree fell,  I planted over 120 cloves of garlic for me and 80 for my friend Pat. I had some time to think about all the posts I didn’t write this month.

Although I used to wonder what people ever did ‘for fun’ in a little village, I have to say that now I know that so many events and activities happen in a month that it’s not possible to take part in everything let alone write about it all.

Still, I would like to share with you some of the events that happened here to me in October. Continue reading

Three Weeks in July, 2010

This post is about some random happenings in the last three weeks.  Life is so rich here that my challenge is not ‘what to write about’, but rather ‘what to leave out’.

The month started with a fabulous Canada Day that consisted of 17 artists closing down the street and setting up demonstrations of what they do.

Larry made new tree stumps for Canada Day.

Larry bashed metal to the sounds of fiddle music in the background. Continue reading