Saturday, 19 September 2015

Greetings from the South East of Poland

19th September 2015

We are at our summer house and we have experienced some rain in the morning. The air is cleaner and fresher. And for me allergic person is definitely better to breathe so I am feeling better now but I have to take anti allergic pills ... We are going to take care of our garden and yard..
Rain ... it was my dream for many nights.. 

my dream come true


Walking my dog at 7 a.m. on Saturday

My poor flowers who have survived the serious drought

Somebody has eaten a piece of my pear..


Coming back to my permanent  place tomorrow I am going to bake an apple tart






 Collage from my summer house.














Have a nice Saturday!!

18 comments:

  1. Is your apple tart nice? Can you post a slice to me?

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    1. Andrew some my friends think I am a good cook so come for the piece of cake. You are welcome..

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  2. So nice to have a summer place to go to away from your home. It looks lovely, and you can send some of that rain over to us in Texas....very dry, and lots of allergies from the dust, drying grass, etc.

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    1. Linda you are right summer house is really important for people who live in the big citis all time

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  3. Good that you have rain at last.
    It's now the allergy season here for those that have one.
    Happy baking.

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    1. Margaret allergy season for me is all year round because I am allergic to dust..

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  4. Hi Gosia, good to hear that rain came at last and the air is clearing up. We are hoping for a good downpour to wash away all the haze. I love to see the fruits hanging on your fruit trees. Must be having a good harvest for your kitchen.

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    1. Nancy the rain is really important for us because it was very serious drought and I would like to plant soms flowers in my garden but I can't too dry soil

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  5. so glad you've gotten cooler weather and rain!

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  6. We could use a bit of rain here too - some trees are dropping their leaves already.

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    1. Pat I hope you ger some rain shortly

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  7. I love a good rain and look forward to having one here one of these days. So, who do you think took a bite of your pear?

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    1. Mitchel I thin it was the bee or another insect

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  8. Gosia
    Looks like your area in Poland got a pretty good drenching.
    As for that "bite" in the apple - I think it is bloody obvious!
    A flying fox would be the top of my list.
    Filthy stinking creatures - they are a real menace here for the
    fruit growers.
    Don't ever go to a "colony" - that is where they rest of a day.
    The stench is overwhelming - PUTRID!
    Here we have an on-going problem with colonies in close proximity
    to human habitation - those living in the area want them removed,
    those who have never encountered a flying fox and their habits are
    against it!!! Utter madness.
    With the rain arriving maybe allergies - like colds have been washed away.??
    Fresh climatic conditions are very often a breath of fresh air for illnesses.
    Cheers
    Your Aussie mate
    Colin

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    1. Collin there are a lot of insects who love fruit. What about allery the worst season is autumn and spring here.

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    2. Gosia
      Insects are one thing - but that bite was NO insect bite - ha ha.
      The worst month here for allergies is August mainly due from Southern
      winds ( the South Pole !).
      Cheers
      Colin

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