Huff and puff if you will
As I mentioned yesterday, the Windmill Wars around here seem to be going against us, so we spent some sunny October hours at the weekend exploring a new (for us) area to the East. ……where Mrs J was astounded to find an architectural style completely new to her.
They’re called ‘straw-covered’ houses – not surprisingly, you say – and can be found in and around the fishing village of Hesnæs on the island of Falster (botttom right on the map of Denmark), where the beechwoods overlook the open Baltic sea. And maybe you’ll be envious when I point out that the whole coast is unspoiled by resorts and coastal blight! Yes, and only an hour and half from Copenhagen! That’s conservation for you.