A gorgeous morning in the hills with Lynda Coffey and her gorgeous girls, my time there reminded me so much of my childhood, growing up on our goat farm, we had Saanen milking goats just like these beautiful girls, Lynda let me milk Embers (one of her goats) I haven’t milked a goat for 16 years! I think it’s good to visit our childhood once in a while, a way to keep us young.
I ordered some “Cambridge Rival” strawberry plants from Diggers Club today, on the diggers website it said “The flavour is both sweet and intensely rich and lingers on the palate like a fine wine. Extremely fragrant” – sounds pretty good to me! So perhaps in a season or two I might be able to make a delectable treat for my friends, home grown sweet and intensely rich strawberries covered in dark chocolate made with love!
Mmmm the thought of them tastes good!
“Compost Loving Costa” Words and Images by:Sunshine Poschinger. My first published story! You can find this story in the the New England Country Living Magazine, Volume 7, The 2012 Winter edition.
“The children thrived on all the activities and like honey bees around a hive wherever Costa was, the children were too.”