Right beside the ship mill we saw on sunday was this miniature – like it used to look before it sank.
I loved the attention to detail!
A Sunday trip brought us to Mureck and to see the mill in a ship.
It’s an ancient structure, but it already sunk quite a few times, so it’s been rebuilt.
A small memory of our beloved Italian lunch tradition – a great way to start the weekend, shake off the work week and have a nice meal to go with it.
Walking to our garage and heading off to work, I decided to stop and see.
What a great and beautiful view! How wonderful do the blooming trees look.
But I’ve got to go to work…
The ship museums at Oslo, Norway, and their peculiar buildings are a wonderful sight.
Even though we missed going inside and opted for the Kon-Tiki instead!
A sand sculpture we saw on our trip to the Netherlands.
Fragile and volatile, and so detailed – and gone so soon.
Yesterday morning’s view – the last morning fog just lifting up from the apple orchard and the dew drops glistening on the fence.
It’s going to be summer in no time!