Tuesday, September 22

back on the farm





hi, sorry i did not pop my head in on sunday, well although Hollis nh was stunning with it's rolling hills colonial historic farms, orchards and quaint eateries i was not able to photograph such things since i worked from daylight deep into the night. I have to say when i was working all i thought about is the farm and how i missed it so. how just before i left a big pile of wood was dropped off and how i would love to be stacking it. i thought about all the recipes i wanted to try from the books i got at the library and how i was going to try to make mozzarella from scratch! how the farm stands would be over flowing with deliciousness and how i would like to walk in the pastures with sophie, grace, mike and clarabelle.

we arrived back very early sunday morning, went to ct for coffee. we came home and started stacking the wood and decorating the barns with pumpkins, bittersweet and under vines i found on the farm. then there was a football game to catch so we drove to a little tavern surrounded by antique stores, ate, perused the lovely shops then headed to our favorite farm stands. we came home and i stacked some more. monday i woke very early, more stacking ( very large pile:) and hayed all afternoon under the gorgeous sun, it was hard worked but i loved every minute of it!

6 comments:

Line said...

fall is here, so gorgeous, all that orange feels so good nad the light is os beautiful in these shots, happy week!

Phoe said...

Oh my, how beautiful!

Aran said...

such beautiful pumpkins!

cindy* said...

i love pumpkins! i love that you decorated the farm with them ;)

cindy said...

your photos are looking so vibrant and fresh. i feel like i'm there and can reach out and grab one of those wonderful pumpkins, but i wouldn't.

GloamingDesigns said...

oh this is killing me! i adore it!