Taking a trip to the old country to visit Colette’s Bohemian roots.
It’s great to have an interpreter in the family to break the language barrier and make the stories a reality!
Only the Peterson family can appreciate this terrible shot. The cellar under the old farmhouse, used as a hideout during both World War I and World War II. From avoiding bombs, stashing illicit booze, hiding groceries under the potato crop, to the current use of keeping the wine and beer cold – it’s amazing to stand in it’s cold damp depths and think of the history that these bricks have seen.