A little girl describes a day visiting her grandpa - playing, picnicking and learning the secrets of the countryside. As the day's events unfold, the perspectives of three generations emerge. The mother is anxious about her father living alone so far from town, while he is determined to stay in the place he loves. The little girl knows he's right, but she worries about him, too . . .
Philippe Dupasquier's gentle watercolours illuminate this simply told but thought-provoking exploration of a universal and very special family relationship.