I am glad to see that despite the opposition, and initial resistance, the town of Hardwick has continued down the path of community, and food revolution. I hope to see more communities here in New England, and across the country learn to unite, and work towards creating such cultural norms. In fact, a lot of the happenings in Hardwick are the kind of changes I hope to create here, in our little corner of the woods, on a much, much smaller scale. It was encouraging to see that they are happening on a large scale relatively close to home.
I finally made it back to the library. It’s been a good 6 months or so. I forgot how much I love reading. Well, actually, the weather has kept me away a bit too. I like to walk to the library, so I don’t go when it gets cold. But today I just had to get out of the house. It’s been raining and grey for several days and I think I went stir crazy.
I’ll check back in when I’ve finished. If you’ve read the book, or if you read it, let me know what you think. Let’s start a conversation!
What's up for this week
After that serious cold snap this week (temperature got down to the low teens!) the weather looks like it will cooperate now. I’ve got so much to still get done in the garden. Here’s a look at whats going on:
Kita , Caveman, Goomba, Gummy Bear and Peanut are native New Englanders, who are working to live more self sufficient and sustainable lifestyle.