The last of the snow (maybe!). Gathering in the greenhouse. New life in the greenhouse.
It’s finally been warm enough to take off the mittens and not only see but actually touch. The first experience touching a tree was pure awe!
Lynn made this delicious frittata with greens and tomatoes from Stowe Farm summer garden and eggs from Stowe Farm Chicken Club.
Thank you, Lynn, for these striking images of Stowe Farm.
Mason, we look forward to seeing more of your beautiful photos of this incredible magic ice moment! Today, he sent the photo above and wrote: Thanks to the colder temperatures we’ve been having there are some truly incredible ice formations all along the brook right now! Definitely take a look before they’re gone- this stuff… [Read More]
This Stowe Farm snow sculpture was created by TJ & Karen. It started out as a snowman and became “old man winter” complete with a whimsical abandoned bird nest on top!
Thanks, TJ, for being distracted from work to photograph and count the 41 turkeys outside your house today.
Leon has the rosiest cheeks and bluest eyes (well next to his grandpa Michael, dad Tim, and dog Kai). Aunt Katie knitted his beautiful hood, which he’s wearing as a chef’s hat in this picture.
Winter Covid gatherings and meetings tend to be around a fire these days.