Friday, March 30, 2012

Snow IN again!

 View of the Greensboro Barn on March 30th. After a mild couple of weeks in which I got all my fruit trees and berry bushes pruned we are now having more typical weather and the wood stove feels cozy again. It's a good time to make lots of pots and jewelry.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Liquid Gold at the Cabot Maple Fest

Handmade by ME -Ceramic Syrup Pitchers
 I will be participating in the Cabot Maple Fest Saturday March 17th. See the info below.
 Are you looking for a unique handmade ceramic syrup pitchers, garlic oil bowls, cappuccino mugs, porcelain jewelry or to eat pancakes with liquid gold???? Come and see or check my website for more info:
Sweet way to collect sap!
Cabot Maple Fest
Date: Saturday, March 17.  Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.   Price: Free
Location: Cabot School Campus, Route 215 in Cabot village
Description:  All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast 9-11:00 a.m., musical entertainment by Cold Country Bluegrass, Goat Ropers Irish Music, Mono Malo swamp blues funk, The Dragon Wall movie exclusive Cabot screening and auditions for next Vermont-made movie, crafters, famous cheese sandwiches and soup, maple desserts, sugar-on-snow, maple cotton candy, maple soda and coffee, silent auction, children's activities including bounce house. Froggy 100.9 live remote broadcast.
Extra Info:  Contact information:  802-563-3147 or

Monday, March 12, 2012

Sugaring and Ice Fishing

 Today I photographed this horse drawn wagon, which is loaded with sap and the sap collectors.The temperature is on the rise, but just last week Caspian Lake was covered with vehicles and fish huts during the annual fish derby. I'll be participating in the Cabot Maple Fest this Saturday, 9-3pm. Come by for a pancake breakfast or lunch and enjoy the fun. I'll have a selection of  clay syrup pitchers, porcelain jewelry and other items for sale:

Monday, March 5, 2012

Too Much Snow!!

                               In case you had doubts about the snow fall here in Greensboro-
                               here are some photos of Naomi and I shoveling off the roof today.
                                                                     Keep warm!