Starting seeds indoors is great to get a jump on the gardening season. It’s also a major perk to grow organic veggies, save some money, and it’s cool watching your seeds grow into plants. This year is our first calendar year living in New England. With a short growing season, starting seeds early helped to plan out the future garden.
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(or leave home, that is)
On a run, we discovered Stonewall Farm. It’s a good run, totalling 4 miles roundtrip. The farm has a great educational program, hosts weddings, has a sugar house, and are a staple in the community.
A few days later, Dan woke me up and asked “Hey do you want to go look at cows dancing like puppies?” Turns out, it’s a huge deal out here
There are several new things to me at the moment.
I’ve left my home of Brooklyn after 13 years and moved to a tiny (and snowy) town, Keene, New Hampshire. It’s a lovely little place but a major lifestyle change from Brooklyn. My fiance and I got jobs magically in the same town his dad lives in. We all work on the same block on Main Street, and also live together. We had a seamless transition from the hustle and bustle of Brooklyn to Keene. He has graciously allowed us to stay in his house until we can figure out a permanent living solution.