Growing your own food is amazing. This summer has been a horrible one weather wise, with rain almost every day for months, and ridiculously low temperatures. There has been a few good hours in between, and last week was great, so some harvest have been possible. Above are radishes from a container on the balcony.
Almond potatoes, grown in the allotment. I'm amazed that they grew this big and beautiful, considering they were planted in heavy mud and I've been neglecting them ever since. Amazing root.
When I came home from Denmark I rearranged some of the furniture, and put Lucia's cat tree in a new position. She never used it in it's previous place, but now she loves it. Maybe because she has a big plant to hide behind while spying on the birds.
When biking, one don't want to carry a heavier load than neccessary, so I only bought some tiny and light weight souvenirs back home. Above is finely chopped dried lemon grass and dried ground liquorice root. It's supposed to be great in chili.
Smells divine, tastes OK.
Bonus pic! My mother's sweet little dog Goliat.