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 hat in this picture.
Winter Covid gatherings and meetings tend to be around a fire these days.
The boys could have spent the whole day in this pile of rich brown earth. There was a Stowe Farm work party going on. Of course they would have helped move the goat shelter, if they were a little taller.
Inspired by Sam’s (moving to Stowe in July) sign, Lynn painted this on our White Garage. Our first signs were taken after a few days. Then the heavy duty installation on the roof (remnants can still be seen in this photo) was ripped down after a week. This along with eight BLM signs have been… [Read More]
They have been at Stowe Farm, connecting us to the world, all week! Every home in Colrain can sign up today. Goodbye satellite, hello fiber optics! Soon we will be able to zoom, stream, do our jobs and schoolwork online.
Hello! I am Mason Willard, 20 years old, and I have been a member of Stowe Farm Community for 9 years. Today I would like to tell you about the upcoming Crafts of Colrain Studio Tour on November 14th and 15th and my participation in this annual event through my StormBringer Photography. I began expressing… [Read More]
This is not a painting! We are so grateful to live in this beautiful spot on the planet. Thank you, Ed, for capturing this breathtaking moment after the storm at Stowe Farm.
How exciting that the first steps to build Tim and Anna’s house are underway! We can’t wait until they are our neighbors! In this photo, Michael, Haynes, and Tim are repairing the tractor, which was then used to dig the holes for the perc test. Kai is, as always, overseeing this project, and digging a… [Read More]