I’m back Everyone
…and with a lot of rustic countryside photos. We left Zurich while it was raining but when we arrived in Italy some hours later, the sun was shining and it was warm. In the mountains it’s quite cold and foggy and there was a lot of water in the lakes and rivers because it has been raining a lot. I love car drives, especially when you get to see such breath-taking sceneries..
Sometimes it’s nice to just escape from the rush of city living and breath fresh mountain air. I like every minute of being outdoors and enjoy the work with plants and earth (although I’m quite the city girl when it comes to spiders.. ) of course taking pictures of the many fascinating things is fun too. What about you? Do you like playing with soil or are you afraid of insects and such?
It’s full of cows on 2100 meters above sea level! The cows are free to roam the mountain pass and eat succulent grass during summer. Sometimes it happens that a herd of cows blocks the whole street and then you have to wait until they’ve crossed the street… sounds pretty Swiss eh?
We made jam!! Honestly, I don’t know what the fruits we made our jam with are called but I suppose it’s a kind of plum… I’ve never really made jam before, especially not in these quantities but I think it turned out well.
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Alpine flowers are soooo pretty, don’t you think? They’re tiny but the colors so vibrant. Apropos vibrant colors… I can’t wait to show you guys my newest Bento! I liked the last one but somehow it looked too plain for being the first Bento after some time so shortly after that one, I wanted to try my luck again and made an other one. soooo…. stay tuned~