by the amazing Carolyn Wonderland
surrounded by stellar musicians and music.
Here is a link to her website for more info:
Rewind Back to the first song again....
sugar maple, vermont
Like a stained glass window,
the colors light up on those rare fall days,
reminding us that rare experiences are the ones
we value the most,
come to vermont to see the colors.
The Vermont History Museum
Barre, (pronounced like berry)Vermont
Up on a hill on Rt 302.
I went for a meeting there and now want to return
again to check it out more.
There is a statue of Robert Burns in the front.
Barre is known for fine granite.
Now I learn also Scottish stonecutters came
to Barre as well as Italians stonecutters.
Everywhere in Barre you see a sculpture.
We sat in an old classroom (it was a high school, then grade school).
I marveled that every photo lining the walls was of a man.
All of them seemed to be at least a hundred years ago.
What is the story there?
Like I said, I want to go back and check out Vermont history.
This is a good place to start.
|Brassica Patch & Zinnias|
|Sunflowers leaning from Irene|
(North is left in this photo)
carrots on the right,
late is OK.
one less weeding planted
Some dull color