Take a Peek at our Week - March 12th - 18th


You would never guess that spring is right around the corner. We got another foot of snow dumped on us earlier this week, along with most of you who live along the northern part of the Eastern seaboard. But that's why we moved to Maine, right? For the snow. We got the snow cleaned up and are now enjoying sunny, warm(er) days.

It was nice to spend the week at home. I took full advantage of being home - and not on the road - to do some cooking - nice comfort food like roasted root vegetables, mashed potatoes and apple turnovers. I also made creme brulee as a special treat one day with some of the delicious eggs our girls have started laying again. Yum! 

I spent two days this week working with the WPXT-TV production crew filming another episode of my TV show. The second episode just started airing last Monday (you can catch it here if you're not in the local Maine/NH viewing area). 

I was excited to finally see my feature article in Down East magazine (grab a copy here if you can't find one at the news stand). And I had fun appearing on a few radio shows this week. In between, I even managed to get a bit more work done on my next book (due out early in 2018). All in all, it was a busy, but also oddly relaxing, week. Take a peek!


















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