Morning walk in my village

There is nothing like a long morning walk to recharge the batteries and I need it !
After wandering through the desert narrow streets, it's always a pleasure to drink fresh water at the fountain.
As you can see, we are still wearing short sleeves here.
The pumpkin soup will have to wait !


Rien de tel qu'une longue marche matinale pour recharger les piles et j'en ai besoin !
Après avoir parcouru les rues étroites et désertes, c'est toujours un plaisir de se rafraîchir
à la fontaine.
Comme vous pouvez le voir, ici on est encore en manches courtes.
Il faudra attendre encore un peu pour la soupe au potiron !

pics : me this morning


Joyful said…
Lovely morning walk, Lala. Though it was cold in early September, the temperatures are much warmer now here too...not sure for how long ;-)
Ah, I enjoyed strolling with you through your images above. Pumpkin Soup on the stove? Sounds delicious;-)
A how nice those walks look... I love the stone homes.. HHL
Joyce said…
Your beautiful scenery would for sure put a spring into my morning walk. xo
What a lovely walk each morning........and the fountain. Did you see the new fizzle water fountain in paris? They are trying to eliminate so many plastic bottles. Looks like your city is ahead too. Much love XO
Linda Sue said…
Weather looks a bit cooler now- Perfect for a stroll through your town. Thank you for the walk!
Anulka said…
In Poland it's autumn... with wind and rain. So cold and sad. I miss my long, summer days, eh. Nice photos :-)
Diana said…
it looks wonderful! We are having some glorious autumn weather, and wore shorts to walk down to the library this afternoon!
I love your little village. Still warm here, too but I'm running the air conditioner much less. I'm still outside with bare feet, though. The beautiful light of September is keeping me happy. P.S. Next time in Paris, we have a date.
Catherine xx
maría cecilia said…
Querida Lala, mil felicidades atrasadas en tu cumpleaños, te deseo un nuevo año pleno en felicidad y bendiciones!!!!
Què maravilla poder salir a caminar por esos lugares tan antiguos y cargados de historia... un placer.
muchos cariños,
maria cecilia
Sara said…
I enjoyed your walk, and hope you will show us more someday. Those narrow streets with the trees and vines hanging over the garden walls are so charming.
Amanda said…
ooh la la -- i love your blog and have just become your 500th follower!

(do i win a prize or something?? haha!!)
Croatian_Latina said…
You are right Lala, Spain is in many ways similar to Croatia. this morning I took a walk along the beach and wearing short sleeves. it was and remains a beautiful day!
3windows said…
love your blog...
lets me have some time in my favourite place in the world........
muchas gracias x

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