I love the old roof tiles like these in the garden of the Notre Dame de Sion convent.
Many of them came all the way from Marseille in the 19th century to roof the houses around here.
Like this precious little outbuilding!
It sits next to one of the huge rain reservoirs that the Sisters of Sion have on the big walled property.
The white yardstick inside goes up to 5 meters.
It finally started to be winter today, cold and rainy; let's hope the pool will fill up this season.
Do you reckon the Rob Roy mixer from yesterday's post contributed some cement to these wall pillars a long time ago?
Just inside the big perimeter walls.
This photo from last spring shows how green the nuns' garden can be.