New Hampshire

Chill of an early fall

early chill, possible frost. the days are getting shorter our friends are in full awareness grateful for just another pasture rotation and a few windfall apples they know to soak up the sun. a mid-afternoon frolick pasture still wet from Irene's path meets the fall...

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Of sheep and geese

the sheep know the days on pasture are waning.they seize a precious afternoon together with pleasurequite sure they know much more about the shortening days and the coming of winter than we credit them forI took some time amidst regular work in...

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Whose woods these are…

...they came to know.our fieldwork with India is done and it was a profound experience for each and every one of us.16 women came to learn and soak in what India offered us. as the days stitched together so did our relationships with each...

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Where the boys are

The ram boys (now not so rammy) traveled north into the White Mountains with us on Saturday to their new home. It was a difficult extraction from the farm. I frankly hate it. At 8AM the farm was a hush. It was a very cool morning and the two groups were all happily...

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Slice of New England

Jack and I took a trip North up the Connecticut River this week and found not only the longest wooden bridge in America but also the longest two span covered bridge in the world, less than an hour from home. Pictures don't tell the whole story. Standing at the river's...

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