Καλό Νοέμβριο – Καλό μήνα
Good November – Good month
As I always say, the Greeks are good at greetings,
they have one for all occasions.
Always nice dansers and many “extra” singers!
I love Sunday looong lunches with music,
I loved the OXI days Monday music lunch too ;o)
Then came Haloween;
I love to play with all the “things” that are inside my phone!!!
I do not cellebrathe Halooween
but making the photos was fun enough!
No “drink or eat” or was it “Trick or sheet!!!”
Over to something not so nice;
We do have a bus servise,
good for the schoolchildren who lives outside,
but if one like to go to the beach and stay
I am glad I have a car, I have to,
because the busses can not get up to where I live!
You know the Beatles song;
“The fool on the hill”
A shot cut from the lyrics:
“But the fool on the hill
Sees the sun going down
And the eyes in his head
See the world spinning ’round”
PS – the song is not about me, I am a she,
I see the sunrise and I do no drugs.
I love my retsina though!!!
What happens in my head,
– I will not tell you!!!
Oh Beatles, oh Beatles LOL LOL LOL
We need some beauty;
This bougainvillea on the “inside” way up to the top,
Kastri/Anatoli, is so fantastic.
It is white, but has many pink/cylamen shades.
One can pic from the nature now;
Do you see the ducks? We did not pic them,
but Ira really wanted the chase them!
for many is a sad story. Up here we have many
but they are invaded by the olive fly.
So many does not even bother to pic,
it will be a waste of time
and it is cheaper to buy the oil!!!
I know I just mentned olives here the other day, but it is a big concern for the Greeks, olives are so important.
AN OLIVE starts out green and the longer it stays on the tree, the darker it gets.. Very dark, kind of blueish/brown are the ready ones.
You may pick them green but best i probaly befor they get too dark,
that is for oil. For the salad yu may pic them anytime and cure them.
DIFFERENT KIND OF TREES?
They all orginates from the same, but all depends where they grow.
The olivetree is a very rough tree and can live long without water.
I feed about 20 cats behind my home.
SORRY is still missing, where is she?
I am trying to “clean” up my photos and many nice turns up. Unfortunately we lost Norwegian Mamma Rugel and her husband Ole Arne resently, they used to love Skopelos. And we them! RIP!
Arne is still going strong!
He left a short while ago!
A strange mix of cuttings;
Keep well, go for a walk!
Have a wonderful November
and a good rest of the weekend!