Yes, these are wonderful spring days
and we have to make the most of it
(while they last ;-) ... )
So, after daughter and little grandson
picked me up this morning
we went to the local yarn shop to do some knitting
with a lot of others ...
(a lot of talking, knitting, crochet-along
coffee, tea and sweet stuff
and a quiet little boy getting lots of attention)
.. and on my way home
I made a little detour
in our lovely surroundings.
Rapeseed colours the roadsides beautifully bright yellow
And these windmills (21 together on a rather small spot)
attract lots of tourists from all over the world
when the weather is good
(and even when the weather's not so good)
Later in the garden I still had plenty of time
to enjoy the sun and ...
give my second box tree a much needed "haircut"
The Ginkgo is still barren but the Prunus is a pink joy,
the Malus is almost at his best "red",
and in a week or two the trees on the other side of the water
will totally hide the appartment blocs behind them :
a green oasis