It's hard to believe that August is almost over. But despite the continuing warm, sunny days, there has been a bit of a chill in the air first thing in the morning lately. I've seen a few fallen leaves that have already changed color, so the glorious New England fall foliage season will be upon us in no time. We've got pumpkins turning orange, the corn is almost ready to eat and we're picking tomatoes by the basket full. The chickens and ducks are molting - already growing in new feathers for the winter, which is predicted to be cold and snowy. Even by Maine standards.
This week was busy, as usual. We welcomed a renowned freelance photographer (her last gig was for Bon Appetit magazine!) to our farm early in the week to shoot photos for a magazine article, and then I headed to Portland to tape a live show on the Maine Public Broadcasting Network. That was a lot of fun and I have to admit something that had been on my bucket list forever. Enjoy this peek at our week!