Harvest time is upon the village.
Almost every plot of land is ringed by fruit trees. The year 2000 was a bumper year for plums (they call them 'prunes') but not for apples.
Wood that kept a haystack dry goes home to be used to make tuica.
Kathleen asks everyone she photographs to sign a permission form for using their picture.
Our friend Claire stands next to Ileana, the young girl of our house, under a fresh haystack.
Sheaves of oat are dried in the sun and wind.
Renovation work on our local church is coming to an end.
They've almost finished hand making the 40,000 shingles they need.
Our friend Claire teaches Ileana some Roma (Gypsy) dancing in skirts we bought from some Roma we met.
Maria dries ripe cucumbers to glean the seeds for next year.
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