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Saturday, 22 January 2011

No. 88

Another bright and clear day, but the breeze is a biter. A day to stay warm improving the henhouse and generally cleaning up outdoors.


No. 88 Via Leoncavallo, Brissago

7 comments:

choirgirl said...

Fantastic colours. I seem to recognise the address!!

Louise | Italy said...

Thought you might! :-)

le Chef said...

I'm in love. The window of color. What is more perfect than a crisp day, a beautiful window and chickens?

How do you become a happy exile and survive financially?

Louise | Italy said...

It's called the European Union (:-) My husband has a job and I stay home with the livestock...

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

That's a great picture. So simple but beautiful. You're lucky with the weather, even if it's chilly, at least you have blue skies... Love from London xo

Tropical Mum said...

Sounds like a great day you've got planned.

I have been out walking this morning and it is about 30 degrees Celsius already. Hot and humid. I look forward to the cooler days in May to November.

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my blog.

Maxabella said...

Wow, I am so happy to have found your blog! I am married to a first generation Aussie - his family are from Italy. We spent many long months in Italy when we first met and the region around Lago Maggiore is absolutely one of our favourites!! Can't believe I've found a blog dedicated to it. You are going to have me turning green at every post, but it will be worth it.

Thanks for linking up! x

Saturday, 22 January 2011

No. 88

Another bright and clear day, but the breeze is a biter. A day to stay warm improving the henhouse and generally cleaning up outdoors.


No. 88 Via Leoncavallo, Brissago

7 comments:

choirgirl said...

Fantastic colours. I seem to recognise the address!!

Louise | Italy said...

Thought you might! :-)

le Chef said...

I'm in love. The window of color. What is more perfect than a crisp day, a beautiful window and chickens?

How do you become a happy exile and survive financially?

Louise | Italy said...

It's called the European Union (:-) My husband has a job and I stay home with the livestock...

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

That's a great picture. So simple but beautiful. You're lucky with the weather, even if it's chilly, at least you have blue skies... Love from London xo

Tropical Mum said...

Sounds like a great day you've got planned.

I have been out walking this morning and it is about 30 degrees Celsius already. Hot and humid. I look forward to the cooler days in May to November.

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my blog.

Maxabella said...

Wow, I am so happy to have found your blog! I am married to a first generation Aussie - his family are from Italy. We spent many long months in Italy when we first met and the region around Lago Maggiore is absolutely one of our favourites!! Can't believe I've found a blog dedicated to it. You are going to have me turning green at every post, but it will be worth it.

Thanks for linking up! x