It has always been an urban sparrow, I never thought that I would be attracted to the rural atmosphere - until we bought an old, single-story house, the greatest value of which was a bread oven, and the most touching element - an old, well-worn wooden threshold. The stove and the threshold are still with us, and apart from that, the souvenirs that we brought here from the Balkans, Hungary, Latvia, and even Iran. In our homestead we found a place for Polish handicrafts - hand-painted plates of an artist from Lower Silesia, kilims of non-existent cooperatives of folk artists, an icon painted by a Bieszczady artist, who obtains softness of colors by adding ... red wine to paints, Pieniny painting on glass and bobbin lace from the vicinity of Krynica Górska.
The grasshopper is truly the last house on the road, the end of the world begins behind us, so even if we run naked, no one will see us. We recommend a deep reset here - taking naps under a linden tree, coffee under a chestnut tree, long... wake-up calls, cooking in the rhythm of words and such food, joint feasts in the barn, watching the stars, cycling trips, trips to the antiques market, yoga sessions on the grass or sitting by the fireplace.
And besides: we love freedom, art and rest among the greenery at our end of the world.více