We enjoyed a lovely week with Rachel and the 4 grandchildren on the Normandy coast, hectic, noisy but fun. We followed this up with four days to ourselves, 2 in Rouen and 2 in Le Touquet before heading back home and falling back into home life. In the past year we have driven 15,000 miles, and being home seems strange for a few days until we get used to it again. Then before you know it we are back on the road again. This is the new normal for us whilst we are able and wanted/needed. Whilst home we are getting the garden back in order after this summer's heatwave. The new grass area has been reseeded and plants moved around, in the end we only lost two, so not so bad. I did hold off planting once the heat hit, so now have plenty of gaps to fill. We still have stuff to do on the house, but nothing that won't keep for another day.
Here are some photos from beach week. I'll share Rouen on another post
Since getting home, we've been blackberry picking and Jess and I made jam. I've been knitting up a storm and will share in another post too. Till the next time