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The season is changing. School has started, we’ve had several frost warnings, and geese are headed south. In my transition from summer vacation to a new job this fall, I take a moment to remember many special memories from the … Continue reading
With the spring equinox came one last beautiful snow storm. One last snow day. One last chance to set up an after school snowball zone. One last sled down the hill. One last wintery walk in the woods. We’re now … Continue reading
Our first frost this morning will push our valley into peak color. Last year I posted Vermont foliage pictures with a twinge of nostalgia – they had been emailed to me by my dad. I was living in the city. … Continue reading
As you may have noticed by the lack of recent posts, we went on vacation! We sandwiched a great 4-day trip to Shenandoah between a weekend of wedding festivities for two of our best friends – Alex and Lauren – … Continue reading
It’s hard for me to believe that we’ve been living in Vermont for a month already. I had fun this rainy morning looking back through the photos (no, not quite all are of food). Here are a few highlights: