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Posts Tagged ‘Vermont’

We were in search of Macoun apples, one of my fall favorites, so once again we headed to one of our favorite local orchards. How lucky we are in so many ways.  

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Blueberry Morning

Blueberry Morning

We are lucky to live where we do. I honestly think about that everyday. The other morning the kids and I headed to Hicks our local orchard to pick fat blueberries.

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Laundry Basket Dinner

Laundry Basket Dinner

The first warm night we headed into the woods for a picnic supper, only a laundry basket was more our style. Adam says that Vermonters are like turtles, they crawl out of hiding to sun themselves on a log the first warm day. That is exactly what […]

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This Moment (A Day Late)

This Moment (A Day Late)

{this moment} – A Friday “today” ritual. A single photo – no words – capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember.  Idea borrowed from http://www.soulemama.com/

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Quiet Dinner

Quiet Dinner

Very rarely, do we get a chance to go out alone, kidless. As most early thirty-somethings working for ourselves with 2 kids age 5 and under, the funds often aren’t there for babysitter AND fancy dinner. When the stars do happen to line up we go for […]

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Easter Weekend

Easter Weekend

Just a few snaps from a beautiful weekend spent in the sunshine with family and friends. It really doesn’t get any better.

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One Year Ago

One Year Ago

I got a good chuckle today going through the blogs posts from a year ago. I wanted to see what I was writing just before my first big race. Hope you enjoy… “As I was running with my friend Mandy one day, she told me that the […]

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Leach Farm Maple Syrup

Leach Farm Maple Syrup

Some of our near and dear friends have a sugar house down the road. Here is a glimpse inside.

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Our Last Distance

Our Last Distance

Bittersweet. At this point my body is tired. Cranky with distance. It has been a long whirlwind winter. That is truly is how I feel. Winter in Vermont can only be described as long cold nights, short cold days and upon reflecting, over in the blink of […]

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Artichoke and Sunchoke Soup

Artichoke and Sunchoke Soup

Lazy Sunday family supper… 2 cans artichoke hearts, drained with liquid reserved, 1 can left whole, once can rough chopped 3 pounds sunchokes, scrubbed, peeled with a vegetable peeler and cut into 1-2 inch pieces 1 pound red potatoes, scrubbed, peeled with a vegetable peeler and cut […]

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