Dark chocolate flakes, sprinkling of cacao powder, thick layer of dark chocolate icing and honey coated waffles! We could just eat our layered Hondsbossche-sea dyke-tart up!
This afternoon we went for a long walk and picnic on our favourite dyke near Petten, that meanders its way between the Putten nature reserve and farmland behind the famous Hondsbossche sea dyke. It’s a beautiful peaceful spot where hardly anyone walks, especially on a monday afternoon, with only the sounds of sedge warblers, lapping water, bleating sheep and rustling reeds. The dykes back was covered in a beautiful thatch of long silky grass and colourful wild flowers, waving and rustling luxuriously in the warm breeze. Continue reading Mowing the dyke