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Picnic In The Meadow

May 15, 2015

A week ago my friend Eva from the blog Four Leaf Clover came to visit me and since the weather was sunny and warm, we did a little picnic in the meadow up the hill. It was so great that I must share some pictures and hopefully inspire you to go out for some picnic fun as well!

 

Picnic in the meadow

Picnic in the meadow

 

Just sitting barefoot on the gras, eating yummy snacks, having cheerful conversations and enjoying the sounds and views of nature… it’s bliss!

 

Enjoying the view

Enjoying the view (and the food!)

 

We were surrounded by buzzing bees and chirping crickets and with the weather being so clear, we were lucky to even see the alps in the distance. How cool is that? Unfortunately you can hardly see them in the pictures (they’re aaaall the way in the back).

 

View over the rolling hills

View over the rolling hills

 

Natural bottle cooler ; )

The high grass is a natural bottle cooler ; )

 

Yummy!

Yummy!

 

In case you wonder what exactly we brought for snacking, this is what we had (all plant-based):

 

Creamy Potato Salad

Creamy Potato Salad

 

Picnic Wraps

Picnic Wraps

 

Lemon Ginger Mint Ice Tea

Lemon Ginger Mint Ice Tea

 

So when will you have your next picnic? I hope soon! The summer is just getting started…

MerkenMerken

  • Reply
    Eva @ Four Leaf Clover
    May 16, 2015 at 1:45 am

    I\’m so glad you made a post about our picnic… now I can re-live it over and over again 😀

  • Reply
    Gesche
    May 16, 2015 at 9:14 am

    That picnic looks awesome!*Yam*
    I normally only bring a small snack, because my bags are full with botanical fieldguides and binoculars, watercolors and sketchbooks…but maybe, maybee I should buy a bigger bag 🙂
    Those wraps look so amazing and yet easy to prepare. love it.

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