I love walking in the winter woods. I find it restorative. We had a couple of inches of fresh snow this week. Here are two images of peace and snow…a nice start to a new year…
winter stream… being refreshed.
pull up a chair, sit for a bit in the quiet of the winter woods, there is lots to take in.
a morning walk
appearing in the mist…
good way to begin a day.
This past week was the Washington County Fair, the largest agricultural county fair in New York State. I visited the fair three times over the course of the week. I loved seeing the young people with their animals, they love … Continue reading
When we are upstate, we walk along Binninger Road with the dogs several times a day. I love the road, the fields off it, the vistas and small delights.
the quiet of a summer morning
This weekend we spent our first Memorial Day in Cambridge, NY. Our friends, Jon Katz and Maria Wulf invited us to watch the Memorial Day parade with George Forss outside his Ginofor Gallery on Main Street. Memorial Day is conflicting … Continue reading
I heard a truck driving in the field across the street (in Shushan) and went to investigate. I met Mike Nolan, from Kenyon Hill Farm. Kenyon Hill is a large dairy farm just down the road from us, that has 350 milking Holsteins and 350 young stock.
Mike was spreading liquidized manure on the field, which is a hay field. It took several truck loads to cover the field.
When I was a kid, we lived on the outskirts of Gardner, MA. Just down the road from a chicken farm and a dairy farm. I am loving reconnecting with rural life here in Shushan.
Mike extended an invite to stop by and visit the farm. Looking forward to doing that.
We have the great joy of having a second home in the woods in Shushan, NY in the farm country of Washington County. Here is what morning looks like in late spring.
glimmers of spring in the air passing out of winter there is a gentleness in transition a beauty in the remnants of winter