Tag Archives: Monticello

Gardening Talk

Five hundred and twenty miles, two nights motel stay, an afternoon snowstorm, and I got to spend Saturday with 545 other Master Gardeners and gardening enthusiasts. Yes, you read that right – it snowed all Saturday afternoon and evening in … Continue reading

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Thursday Door

Since New Hampshire is besieged by politicians this week, I couldn’t help but reflect on whether or not there is a real statesman or stateswoman running for office this year. It also reminded me of our wonderful trip to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Beautiful … Continue reading

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Maple Syrup

We make maple syrup. Why? Well, it is a fun learning experience for the grandkids, and our family is very concerned about the source of our food supply. We keep hens so we know where our eggs come from, we … Continue reading

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Traveling – Monticello

In April 2011, we traveled with our granddaughter to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Thomas Jefferson’s home was a sight to behold including inventions that were created way before their time such as a dumb-waiter to bring up the right bottle of … Continue reading

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