We’ve had lots and lots of interesting guests over the years – an unforgettably beautiful girl from Ethiopia, a tall guy from Mongolia, a lady from Madagascar, a few from Russia, and of course, lots of Europeans, many English, recently quite a few Scandinavians – but for the past two weeks we had a couple who particularly interested me and enchanted all staff and guests – two sisters from the Czech Republic. This was the land of my birth, and even though my Czech is a bit rusty and I am sure I annoyed them by always asking them to repeat everything they said, we had a great time. They are both about 6 ft. tall, with stunning figures and beautiful faces, in their twenties, full of laughter, and interested in everything that’s going on. At the same time we have a guest from Australia, my other native country, a great guy who’s been here before, so I felt right at home with all three of them. It’s always so difficult, this saying goodbye to people you get fond of in a short time! I’ll be saying goodbye to the two sisters tonight, as they leave early tomorrow morning, and to my Aussie friend at the end of the week. But my lovely Australian stepdaughter and friend are arriving on Wednesday, and I look forward to a couple of fun weeks with them. You have to be tough to be in this business – always saying goodbye to people you get fond of. I guess that’s the flip side of this fun enterprise, though.
So I will end, and I promise lots of wildflower photos next time!!