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!
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.
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.
Not sure who put it here, but this game was appreciated on a gloomy day, on a road which is very empty these days. I was feeling Meh until I moved to the Cha-cha box and danced among the bees! Thank you, chalk-fairy, whoever you are!
Cohousing communities come in every shape and size. Stowe Farm is a rural, family-friendly community with single family homes that are clustered on 10 acres. The community shares the remaining 80 acres. We will complete our 11 home capacity when the last 3 homes are built. Privacy and supportive neighbors benefit both children and adults… [Read More]
Emma and Lucy are checking out the tree house construction and making sure water can be pulled up. It has since been built by Peter and Ed for the community and well used as many adventures have taken place there. The next of many Stowe Farm projects will be to put the rails on the… [Read More]
Spontaneous gatherings happen in intentional communities. First it was Monique and Lucy playing hopscotch. Then on the way to get his mail, Charles joined in. Soon as Harley was passing by, Starlight and Charlotte needed to stop and see if anyone happened to have some treats handy. This is a true joy of knowing our… [Read More]
Monique and Jenny were busy making ‘glue’ while rest of their families were painting and finishing the house.
Kaylee captured this monarch butterfly on Monique