I have a following
There were some beautiful sights to see on Monday morning as there are on many mornings through the summer. For example, the clouds over Turkey looking like snow-capped mountains at dawn…
While I was taking a wander up the hill to To Vrisi at 6.30, I suddenly found myself being a goatherd, which was a moment of unexpected fun. Araby and his assistant, the shepherd who keeps flocks along the path, were up the hill slightly, leaving some goats a-wandering, and presumably, thinking I had come to feed them. Sadly, I didn’t have my emergency bag of goat feed on me at the time, but at least I now have a following.
In other news, the island is coming back to working life gradually, and I hope, cautiously. For anyone interested or concerned, I have heard there is an open meeting at the town hall on Thursday morning (10.00) to discuss the provision made for any virus cases that may emerge here. I’d double-check that if I were you, and I picked it up second hand, but from a reliable source. (He says, covering himself because he’s not a newspaper, as you can tell from the bad grammar in today’s post.) Anyway, can’t stop, I have another chapter to draft, but I hope you enjoy the photos.