It seems like it’s either cloudy or raining more often than not. This is from East Montpelier.
History of this farm-
The original members of our family came to America on the Mayflower in 1620. The family were one of the 3 founding families in the town of East Montpelier moving from Peterboro, New Hampshire in 1788. The farm as it is known today was settled in 1810 and is 150 acres in size. To put that date into perspective, Thomas Jefferson was serving as our President during that period of time. In 2010 the farm became a bicentennial farm which has been in continuous family ownership for 200 years. For 9 generations the farm has been producing bountiful forage, grain, apple, maple and timber crops along with dairy, beef and sheep.
My big sunset plans went bust when that damn cloud came along and blocked out the sun.
Cabin fever started to get to me yesterday. I thought I should go on a little road trip before the Stay at Home order started. I took a short road trip over to Ryegate/Peacham, and naturally, I forgot about all the places I wanted to check out.
Sometime during late October, I was looking at all the Autumn in Vermont pictures I have taken over the last 5 or so years. I start thinking, “I have quite a bit of Autumn in Vermont pictures. I should do something with them”. I should have dropped that idea right then but NOPE!. I spent all of November and December looking through the archives and managed to come up with enough pictures to build up an Autumn in Vermont website a Facebook Page and Twitter page. Quite a few of the pictures I will be posting have never been posted before. For whatever reason. As I was working my way through the pictures, I found some pictures I had totally forgotten about.
So, Starting sometime around January 1st or so, I will be launching an Autumn in Vermont website, Facebook Page and Twitter Page. It is 100% Autumn in Vermont pictures and stuff.
The website is- https://www.autumninvt.com/. The Facebook page is- https://www.facebook.com/AutumnInVT/. And the Twitter page is- https://twitter.com/AutumnVermont.
My hope is that the Facebook and Twitter pages can develop a sizeable amount of followers in a short amount of time. If that happens, I may very well start to create Autumn in Vermont calendars. All I ask is that you share, like and follow the page(s).