No Time For Cookin’!

It has been absolutely gorgeous for the past two weeks! Nary a cloud in the sky, warm days, cool evenings lend themselves to long walks and late dinners. So needless to say I’ve been out of the kitchen and taking advantage of the beautiful weather! So enjoy these photos and I’ll be back next week with a new recipe, because of course, it’s springtime in Vermont, and the growing season is just beginning!

Off for a walk!

A blood-red trillium along the trail of Mount Abe.

A blood-red trillium along the trail of Mount Abe.

Green!

Green!

The Canada geese have returned!

The Canada geese have returned!

The light this year is incredible. I wondered what the heck was in the back seat of my car, but it's the reflection of the house in the window.

The light this year is incredible. I wondered what the heck was in the back seat of my car, but it’s the reflection of the house in the window.

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9 thoughts on “No Time For Cookin’!

  1. Love the pictures. The weather is Seattle is also beautiful. Hope it stays this way for Booktopia in June. Enjoy the weather, but I can’t wait to see the new dishes you create. 🙂

    • I heard Seattle set a record for hottest city the other day! Rain is supposed to start tonight and last for a couple of days, I think. But we need it, it’s been so dry, it hasn’t rained in weeks! 🙂

    • Marta, I recently moved from Seattle to Port Townsend. I couldn’t believe when I heard it was almost 90 in Seattle on Monday. We’re always just a few degrees cooler here in PT, but on Monday the difference was about 15 degrees. Regardless, I’m thrilled with our sunny spring!

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