In our last post, we mentioned a couple of mysteries. Mysteries discovered while splitting wood. Since that post, we’ve discovered a few things about our mysteries. First there was the […]
Here at Wishetwurra Farm, we use wood for heat in the cold seasons. Fuel oil is one of the things we don’t buy. For us, fuel is not from “fossil” […]
The first time I ever saw a cardinal flower was when, as a boy, I was fishing for brook trout on the upper reaches of the Tiasquam River. I was […]
One of the best summers of my young life was spent a few miles away from Menemsha, the “quaint fishing village” in Chilmark, Massachusetts. Most days I would get on […]
A dozen eggs fill a standard egg carton. My friend Jim Athearn tells me that an egg carton costs thirty-two cents to buy. If you wanted a reason to save […]
The pictures can do the talking. All photos taken in Chilmark, MA, on a ride home from Menemsha.
Good things end. The Fair is over, for another year. What comes to the Fair must leave the Fair. In the early morning sunshine of the Monday morning after the […]