samedi 14 novembre 2009

ramassant les olives de Marianne

it takes a village

marianne a pris tous les risques

les belles montagnes toujours au fond

barbara, étudiante, berger et la fille de marianne

corinne, qui toujours me fait rire

jolie danielle, qui travaille avec corinne comme institutrice

moi, uniquement prête pour ramasser les olives

corinne: que j'aime son visage!

andrée est arrivée, la tante de marianne et barbara (belle photo prise par marianne)

la table de marianne, remplie pour la raclette (plat swisse)

8 commentaires:

Monica a dit…

A wonderful day indeed! And the closest I ever got to raclette is fondue, which is not close at all...

I am filled with healthy, loving envy. Enjoy, dear Sparrow, and I will joyfully, joyfully go gathering mushrooms and olives with you!

Mary Stebbins Taitt a dit…

I haven't even been remotely close, but it looks like fun!

Jan Hersh a dit…

j'adore raclette!
and the photos too. Does she cure the olives?

Moineau En France a dit…

hi everybody! thanks for your lovely comments.

corinne took some olives to cure, but the bulk are brought to a factory that presses oil. if i understood marianne correctly, she will get a large quantity of olive oil in return. xooxoxox

Anonyme a dit…

Loved this! Love Raclette. Had it en Swisse with old friends long ago. Hugs and love coming your way.

Moineau En France a dit…

thanks, liz. i can use them... :>>))) xoxoxooxoxoxo

Stirling Davenport a dit…

how bucolic! wish I were there with you ... that mushroom is gorgeous.

Moineau En France a dit…

chère stirling, today i looked up the word "bucolic"... quel joli mot (and so appropriate)!

as for the mushroom, as it says in my update, it turned out to be supertoxic and thanks to the photo, a friend called marianne to tell her that! it may be a beauty but it's a killer too! :>>)) love, wish you were here too... xoxoxooxo