Panier of Plenty

Windfalls

As I closed the door of the fromagerie for the last time this season, the breeze had picked up and nudged apples off the trees in the orchard. I tended my potager, picking the last beans, cucumber, tomatoes and courgettes… mentally saying a final ‘au revoir’ to all I have created and cultivated.

Travelling further up the mountain and hiking into the forest, wild chestnuts were falling, their green casing tinged golden and just starting to split open. I foraged alongside cows from the nearby farm, using a stick to prise the ‘marrons’ from their prickly protection…

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This entry was published on October 11, 2015 at 3:58 pm. It’s filed under Antipodean, Automne, Autumn, Autumn produce, Country Life, Country Living, Cuisine, Cultural Creative, Culture and Arts, Environment, Europe, Ex Advertising Creative, Expat, Food, Forest, France, French Culture, fruit, Fruits d'automne, Garden, Health, Hiking, Home, La Vie Quotidienne, Landscape, Language, Languedoc Roussillon, Leisure, Life, Lifestyle, Living in France, Mediterranean, Nature, New Zealander in France, Photography, Pyrénées, Pyrénées-Orientales, Randonnées, Recipes, Rural Life, Seasons, South of France, Thoughts, Tree-change, Working in France and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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