This morning, we took a circular walk from our house around the estepa to the old mill of Bornos and back. The colours of the countryside looked so fresh.
Green grass is shooting up where privately owned land has been ploughed. This ploughing is not for the purpose of growing crops but for the benefit of the wild partridges.
The rains should bring on the wild flowers. The students from Kew Gardens are coming here for their annual field trip (24th Successive Year) in three weeks’ time so we hope there will be plenty of flora for them to observe.
This afternoon, we went down to Las Negras were it was very warm and sunny but very quiet. Here are a couple of cheerful photos of the little fishing boats.