Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Today's Tidbit - The Distant Mountains

I've been meaning to post pictures and details of our recent trip to Northern Vermont, which in my opinion is one of the loveliest places in New England. Hopefully I'll get to it this evening after the gardening chores have been dealt with. In any case, here is a picture of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains (I think) as seen from the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center in Burlington. Sorry for the overall quality of the photo, which was taken from my cellphone. (I'd stupidly left the camera in the car.)


  1. That's so pretty! I'm looking forward to seeing more of your photos. My husband and I will be visiting there this fall for the fall colors - our first time in New England.

    About the favas, I've always let them dry fully on the vine for seed saving. I've read that if the beans are fully mature that you can pull the entire plant and let the beans dry on the pulled plant and that will allow the plant to provide some energy to the drying beans a while longer. I've done that for beans to cook and it has worked but I've not tried sowing any of those beans.

  2. It's beautiful and I can't wait to see the rest of your trip photos!!!!

  3. Really it is very fantastic and beautiful mountain sharing on the site. There are good and natural resources seems so beautiful and there are very interesting and enjoyable place.

  4. Love all you vegetable pictures but can't wait to see the Vermont trip ones. We will be considering a move to Burlington this year.