Monday, July 19, 2010

Thank You Note

Dear All who made it out to our farm for the opening,
24 hrs has elapsed since you guys left. Leaving us in a vacuum. Such an energy build up, and all of your presence was cherished for the time that it was here.
The open invitation stands. Its all of your energy and presence we really would like to purchase from you, and sell you our labor, love and nutrition to keep you as part of our community. Our farm store is open to you and all your needs. If there is something from the farm you wish to have please request it.
The hammocks are here for anyone who needs one. A chicken show happens daily, and the cows keep the routine, even in your absence.
Some of these photos savor the taste of the day we had. Its like a good after taste, and a full belly. Pacha Junta is what is said in Quetchua, the feeling of being full and satisfied.
Thank you.
Meg and Jonathan

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

GRAND OPENING this Saturday!!

I'm not sure if Jonathan has already posted our Grand Opening here...but it doesn't hurt to send out a reminder.  Here are the details:

Where: Symphony Farm 1157 Woodchuck Hollow Rd. Washington, Vermont
When: Saturday, July 17th starting at noon til 12 until milking time on July 18th (plenty of space to camp --so bring your tents)
Festivities: Farm touring, raw milk drinking(and other beverages of your choice), potlucking, local burger grilling, hula hooping, bonfiring, fire spinning, guitar, mandolin and other forms of picking and music playing...and of course relaxing!
What to bring: A lawn chair, a dish to share, beverages, music making materials and jars if you'd like to take home some milk!

Hope to see you all there.

Give a call if you have any questions or are in need of directions -- 883-2269

Thought I'd end this post with some shots I took on nudist gardener, our newest additions to the farm family...Henrietta and her crew, our blissed out porch, garden treasur and our beautiful new bird houses (thanks Joanne!)

Be well and we hope to see you Saturday.