Monthly Archives: October 2012

Recipe of the Month: Meatloaf

It’s comfort food season, and this is definitely a staple of that oeuvre. This recipe serves 6-8 people. 2lbs ground beef 4 cloves garlic minced 1½ onions diced 1t Thyme ½t black pepper ½t salt 2 eggs beaten 1T Worcestershire … Continue reading

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Digging up the lawn again?

Digging up the lawn you say? Yes we are, and we’re getting quite good at it too, as we proved last summer! This time around we’re working on a serious overhaul of the heating and hot water systems for Cedar … Continue reading

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Foliage and Running

For the first time ever we held weekend foliage running camps and the mesmerizing leaf colors arrived exactly on time. The last two weekends in September found runners doing hills, fartlek and the Ridge Run accompanied by eye-popping autumn leaves. … Continue reading

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Marvelous Monarch

When out exploring last week, I found a chrysalis hanging on a small bush. I brought it home to Shanty 4 and hung it on a stick and waited to see what would happen. This beautiful monarch butterfly greeted me … Continue reading

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Three Silvers in Seven days

Craftsbury groomer and athlete extraordinaire Keith Woodward has had a great week. The Stowe, Vt resident garnered three silver medals in only seven days. His haul started across the ocean, in Nancy, France at the ITU World Duathlon Championships on … Continue reading

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Recipe of the Month: Split Pea Soup

The weather’s turning cooler – nothing’s better at cutting the damp chill of fall than some hearty soup. The following recipe makes 2 quarts. 1 lb green split peas 7 c water 2 c diced carrots 2 c diced potatoes … Continue reading

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