How peachy is my temple

Though it doesn’t show in the photo, this 420 BCE temple was done up in rich peach colored stone. It sits in a verdant valley of covered with rows and rows of now picked clean grapevines.
From the look of newly turned over soil, the earth in the valleys is rich and deep. But we ain’t in “Greece”.


3 thoughts on “How peachy is my temple

  1. The weather has been very nice a way out here – we are lucky to be out exploring in t-shirts during the day. Nights are cool.

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