Above is a completed piece of Canadian finger weaving. I am glad I chose to do a very simple pattern as I definitely got better at even tension and no horribilinesses where one colour changes sides. Now all I have to do is lay my hands on some suitable wool. It is somewhere in between 4ply and DK and is more tightly spun than most knitting wools. I have the websites of a couple of Canadian websites so will check on costs there. Note the pseudo fossils on the marble table.
Yesterday we stayed in and pottered except that at 1700 hours we started the family Olympics. Five teams from five countries competed at table tennis, pétanque, peach-and-spoon relay race and timed swimming. After which we had Laura's birthday party, Italian food, birthday cake and champagne.
Another corner of another room. We do not use this one. A couple of people pass through it on the way to their bedrooms but I do not think anyone has ever sat in it.
Today some of the party are off to a bird sanctuary followed by a boat trip on the Camargue. The rest are off to Pezenas, a city north of here. I am birding.