My woodstoves door-lock was stuck,
what to do?
We have several blacksmiths here and I met and talked to one of them,
he said; Just bring the door and I fix it!
Guess if we were happy?
We all love the fire!
Yesterday we walked to and from a lovely lunch;
It was so nice with “different” food – not Greek!
I love Greek food – but not every day!
All winter we cook for each other just to eat
something with another taste!
I walk to and from with my 2 doggies and
I had to take some church-photos;
Look at that beautiful roof!
A bit further is this church;
As you might know I am very fascinated by the Greek churches,
specially the small privet ones.
All are so beautiful!
Gray weather today Thursday,
last 24 hours had between 12,7 & 15,4 C+.
I do not care, on a sunny day we go to the beach,
maybe, – but for sure every day a good walk!
τριφύλλι λιβάδι – kløvereng
In Greek they say “threefhillo” – 3 leaves –
in Norwegian we call is 4-clover!
Firkløver – and that is also a very nice Norwegian chocolate!
A good friend in Sweden sent me an e mail yesterday
telling me she is so happy that I post Skopelitissa
nearly every day!
Thanks Christina ;o)
It might be that November will be the best month
for “the new” Skopelitissa –
and that makes me wanting to make more new pages ;o)
I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT HOW MANY CHUCHES THERE ARE ON SKOPELOS!
When I moved here in 1983 I was told that it was 365 churches on the island, one for each day, – and I have been told the same now 33 years later, how come? I have seen churches being build, so how many?
I was also told that every family with respect for itself has their own church.
A friend said to me today, why don’t you start counting churches, one for each day! I took the challenge!!!
Thank you Mr. Chapel!
Strange coincidence that he has that name!
I just gathered 22 churches, not bad, in just an hours work!
Here are some I passed today on my walk to and partly from Mortero;
Churches I have put in here since I started this new blog in December;