Life at Kerjacob .

Life at Kerjacob .

Sunday, 13 May 2012

Sunshine and dreaming at Dahouet.

The sun was out in its glory today and the seaside was calling.

One of my favourite places near here is Dahouet which is a lovely little fishing port where fish can still be bought direct from the fishing boats at the harbour.

There are also some lovely houses which look directly over the harbour and all the boats.

This one is the one I currently would like to live in when the time comes for me to have a life which is a little slower going.

I can imagine myself sitting reading in the sunshine, just tending the small garden and getting on with more art work.

In the meantime, I'll just dream whilst I'm weeding, planting, painting and walking the length of a long garden putting out and bringing in the washing.

I'll post more photographs of Dahouet and the coast in the next few days.

1 comment:

  1. I love your site and I'm very happy that I found you. Blogging is my way to travel to all the enchanting places that are calling my name. I love seeing these wonderful places through the eyes of other women. It seems that it gives me the opportunity to see the real countryside and the real lives of the people, not just the highlights that travel magazines think you want to see. I would much rather see the market place, that I would be shopping at if I lived there, or the seashore, country road, children walking to school . . . you know . . . not the tourist traps. I am looking forward to following your charming blog and becoming blogging friends. I'm your newest follower, Connie :) Please accept my warm and humble invitation to visit and hopefully to follow me, too.