Wednesday, May 27, 2015
There's something for everyone - Hidden Hollow is filled with great hands-on stuff for young kids, the antique car museum is a hit with men (especially older men - the cars are incredible!) And the foliage is unbeatable. The Andrew Wyeth exhibit opens June 6th and should be really interesting. And for those with teens, the Heritage now boasts an adventure course complete with ziplining through the trees!
And don't forget the antique carousel - fun for all ages and much closer than the one on Martha's VIneyard!
For more information visit their website at http://heritagemuseumsandgardens.org/
Friday, March 6, 2015
Beautiful dusting on everything making the world sparkling and white, but looking forward to warmer breezes melting away the remnents of winter.
Fingers crossed. No more snow, okay? Let's make good on the adage, in like a lion and out like a lamb. By the end of the month I want warmth. Flowers. Budding trees. And no more snow. (Hope Mother Nature is listening!)
Thursday, February 19, 2015
You can see in this shot that the river is frozen...
Many of the homes in the neighborhood have drifts making access hard or impossible at the moment. Not unusual - we only have access to one of our doors at the moment, the other being drifted closed until the weather thaws. As crazy as it all looks here, there's more snow in Boston. We visited Cambridge yesterday, and driving through the area was incredible.
Came home and thought, ah, this is nothing.
Sunday, February 15, 2015
The roaring winds began mid morning, and are still raging as I type at lunchtime. You can see in the most recent photo that the clouds have thinned and the sun is trying to shine through - reminds me of being at the top of Killington on a blowy but good conditions kind of ski day.
Hope wherever you are, you're staying warm and enjoying a lazy Sunday.