I took some pictures of this farm about 10 years ago. I finally got around to re-shooting the farm. Naturally, It was during our June heatwave.
At the time this picture was taken, we were in dire need of rain in Ryegate Vermont
Sunset and Camels Hump from Sunset and Camels Hump from Berlin Vermont.
I took this picture in mid June. I finally got around to posting it. You know how it is.
And the black flies are still around and relentless
The Green River Crib Dam is a historic 19th-century dam on the Green River in western Guilford, Vermont. Built about 1811, it is a reminder of the modest industrial enterprises once conducted in the area using the water power it provided, and is one of the state’s few surviving crib dams. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.
I thought I would go out in the 90 degree heat and go play with my camera in East Peacham Vermont. As you can see, we need rain. Here is a fun fact. On Lake Champlain, in Burlington, the water is 75 degrees!