One can only agree but two are a bit tired of wet beauty.
We have however put our June Timeshare on the market, for other reasons too whilst deciding to keep the January snowy one. The one in June is big, 6+2 beds, too big for two of us. Grandchildren are now all at school and with the death of one of the friends who use to come and stay with us ( and her husband did not want to come without her as there are too many memories here) our needs are different.
I suggested buying a mobile home somewhere that we can access all year round as can the family but Bob is not keen. Obviously we have France but it would be nice to have something low maintenance to disappear to for regular long weekends. We shall see, the Timeshare may take years to sell. It was on the market for two years when we bought it.
Today we are visiting some gardens famous for Rhododendrons whilst the sun still shines then meeting my old art teacher Mike and his wife for lunch. They moved to Levens in March. Whilst in Levens we shall visit my daughters in laws who live at the opposite end of the village from Mike. I love the magnificence of Rhododendrons and as they are still in flower it should be beautiful. Often they have been over when we come.