Category / New England

November 8, 2019
We are in for some chillier temperatures this coming week, so I decided it was time to start winterizing the chicken coop. I always have a hard time saying goodbye to the warm weather. Perhaps the chickens do too. I love spending time during fall with the chickens, but I have been finding them spending…

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May 26, 2017
As many of you know, late last summer I moved to a new home. The thought of starting the gardens over was overwhelming, But luckily for me, one of the things that I loved most about the new place was the potential that I saw in the landscape. I wasn’t going to have to start from…

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June 21, 2014
Just a couple hours from Cape Cod is the town of Salisbury, where a lovely farm sits- Pettingill Farm. Twice a year, they are invaded by the most amazing fair- The Vintage Bazaar.Read moreScenes from The Vintage Bazaar

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September 30, 2013
This past weekend, we went on a fall family road trip. We had a few goals in mind. Of course the to-do-list included family time, leaf peeping, apple cider donuts, apple picking and enjoying the beauty of autumn. I know many of you can’t be here in New England with us, so I thought I…

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May 15, 2013
Typing is a strange thing.  Sometimes, it seems as though my fingers are faster than my brain.  Do my subconscious thoughts sometimes flow from my fingers as I place the words upon the pages?  I think so.  Sometimes when I begin to type “chi…”, chicken will automatically appear on the page, typed by my hands.…

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Sharing an inspired life from the New England seaside. Chickens, Bees, Gardens, Art and Yummy Goodness.