We started off giving Liza (the brother of Star you saw here) a decent bath. My grandpa being stuck in his old ways, thinks all the poor thing needs is water rinsed over her and she’s had a bath. Thankfully my mom agreed that she needed a good scrubbing and boy was Liza happy to be out and running around. I managed to get a few pictures but for the most she kept coming up to my camera to play and I couldn’t resist!
My aunt showed me how to make spanakopita, another recipe with photos to add to the book (even though it’s not my personal favorite). She started before I got there so I missed out on getting all the ingredients together, but the real art of it is watching her fold.
The day ended with my grandpa wanting to show us his horio (his land where he grows olives and grapes among other things such as figs when they’re in season). With beautiful mountain top views, it was the first time I had been there since I was a little kid. I don’t remember the last time I was there, but I definitely won’t forget this visit.
Who doesn’t love a good ear scratch?
Warning! I know this may be gross to some people, but the fishermen I know requested they see it!
Had a little fun with color on this one. 🙂
I couldn’t resist enhance the color in this one, it’s a simple picture, but it pops!
My grandpa adjusting the protective netting on the growing grape vines.