My late spring photo update has structures and land featured along with the standard food and nature shots. We love watching the landscape, grass, and trees green up and bloom – especially on land we now own! This past weekend we had perfect warm, sunny, breezy weather to take on our first major project: barn razing. Also exciting: more and more edibles are sprouting up in the garden, on stream banks, and in fields. Orioles and hummingbirds are back. We enjoyed our first dinner outside on the porch. And spring ephemerals are in full bloom in the forest. Happy May from Vermont!
- A Perfected Pickle: crispy and delicious. #Recipe here: growingstories.wordpress.com/2017/09/13/a-p… #fermentation #pickle 1 week ago
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