Like most Mainers, we’ve been snowed in here quite a bit this winter. Shoveling and plowing sure work up one’s appetite, and most days we’re in need of a mid-morning repast. My ideal snack is
This has been the perfect winter for snowshoeing, venturing off into the wilds of snow-covered terrain, unbroken by any tracks or signs of wildlife. For thousands of years, human’s primary mode of travel through winter
On a recent trip to visit my mother in Norway (Maine), I was admiring the small communities of ice shacks on ponds and lakes, and noted, that in the words of Tom Hennessey, the “season
Since raising rabbits is an important component of our organic farm plan for building the soil, rabbit is quite often on the menu at our house.
It was a very special Dinner Is Served at St. Brendan’s Church in Deer Isle was a special one. Dinner began with a Medley of Condiments & Preserves; Hot Pepper Jelly over Red Barn Farm
Tait, (our Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever), and I walk Crockett Cove most every morning. Our two mile loop takes us down the hill, through the woods and along the shore, returning via the narrow
There have been some great tides this month for digging clams, and we have been enjoying a bounty of the delectable bivalves. Although I could never make a living harvesting clams, it is an addictive
This video link was shared with us. It is on Facebook. If you raise rabbits, you will find it very interesting.
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Could hardly wait for dawn this morning, dragging Flip out of bed at first light. There was a really nice low drain in the cove this morning, and I have new pair of clamming boots.
The girls are getting fat with pregnancy. Mary looks the largest…as she should. Mother to the other two does, Beauty and Buffy, in her prime, she would easily kindle and raise 13 kits. Beauty is
The wind is out of the southwest this morning…brisk, at 19 knots. There are whitecaps in the cove, waves splashing over the rocks and the open sea looks rough. Not a good day for fishing…