This fall foliage scenic drive runs south to north in the
eastern corner of Connecticut along Route 169. Peak fall foliage
in Connecticut usually starts mid-October and lasts through end
Traveling Route 169 is as much about historic buildings and
communities with traditions, as about brilliant color changes -
although you'll be blessed with plenty of leaf-peeping
opportunities as well.
The drive follows Route 169 from Lisbon, CT, to the border with
Massachusetts - A short drive of ...Read the rest of this entry »
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October is hands down my favorite month. Every year I look
forward to a visit to Lynd's Fruit Farm in Pataskala, Ohio. My
husband and I get in the car on a crisp day and take in the
leaves displaying their glorious colors as we travel the country
road. Once we reach the farm, I pour through bushel baskets
brimming with gourds and Indian corn, wander the pumpkin patch,
and pluck ripe apples from the trees. In addition, I reflect
upon the hard work that was put in months before by the Lynd's
in ...Read the rest of this entry »
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OH OH - IT'S OCTOBER
Or, it's Merry Monster-Mashing Month of course!
This is the 10th month of the year, which should mean a measure
of good luck ...that is if you like things beginning with one
and ending with infinity!
There are however more than a few munchkins out there who are
not at all happy with the month of October. This 31-day period
of perturbations probably has a great deal more to do with
things that go bump in the night than many care to admit ...Read the rest of this entry »
I am very caring and sensitive. I think this is in part down to
my tough upbringing. I worked on a cabbage farm since I was
eight years old. My father was a dour and God fearing Evangalist
who married a one armed Yugoslavian peasant from Skopje. She
never spoke a word of English and still doesn't.
My father moved on in the late 1980's having eloped with a
Tibetan Monk. I never heard from them again but I escaped from
the cabbages. I was an only child until my mother re married
again and I now ...Read the rest of this entry »
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I have been preparing my own meals for many years. Like most
people, I suppose, I would fix only familiar dishes. That has
changed. For health benefits, I began eating more fruits and
vegetables. Trying unfamiliar vegetables and fruits made eating
interesting and more enjoyable. Many of those new fruits and
vegetables became favorites. I tried many other foods that were
new to me, for example, whole grains, various types of beans,
seeds and nuts. Many of those became favorites. Using ...Read the rest of this entry »
Imagine my surprise when I read an article in the April 2005
edition of Reader's Digest informing me that membership in
Future Farmers of America (FFA) has hit a 22-year record high.
Since 1994, the number of farmers' markets around the country
also has more than doubled, the article said.
I find these two bits of information especially interesting
because small family farms have been disappearing from the
countryside at an alarming rate over the past 30 years.
According to statistics from the ...Read the rest of this entry »
I don't know about you, but at this time of year I always think
of work. It’s harvest time. Because of the years I spent in the
MidWest, I was around people who were harvesting produce,
bringing in the crop for the year. The quirks of nature
notwithstanding, they would be reaping what they had sown. The
result of their work was visible, and commensurate to the amount
of effort and care they had put into it. They also had an
ending. The crop that had been planted was now being harvested.
Then ...Read the rest of this entry »
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Summer may begin in June but, for many parts of the country,
gardens don’t reach their peak until August. Modern grocery
stores manage to keep us satisfied with produce year round, but
there is nothing like the flavor of farm fresh tomatoes,
peaches, or sweet corn. And ...Read the rest of this entry »