Looking out over Quechee Vermont on a clear summer day.
I took some summer pictures of this farm about 10 years ago. Naturally, During our heat wave, I decided to go out and re-shoot this farm. (YES. We do have heat waves in Vermont and they suck).
This may be the last known picture of the barn. Sadly, on Sept. 11, 2016, lightning from the storm struck the Old Dairy Barn and it burned to the ground.
The thunderstorm that rolled through Shelburne on Sunday morning may have woken many from a sound sleep, but it had a far more devastating impact at Shelburne Farms. At about 5:30am, on Sept. 11, 2016, lightning from the storm struck the Old Dairy Barn on the Southern Acres portion of the property. First responders and firefighters arrived on the scene slightly after 7am. By 9:30am, the building was ash and charred wood, and a National Historic Landmark had
All last week the weather was late spring/early summer. On Friday, back to winter for a day.
Making the last run of sugaring season.
I thought I would go play in the snow Sunday.
The calm before the alleged storm. One place says 6-12 inches of snow. Another place says 3-6 inches of snow. Who knows. It’s not like I have to go anywhere. Although, I do want to get over to the White Mountains this week.
The sun came out for a couple of hours this week. I couldn’t pass the opportunity to take a few pictures. I decided to stay close to home.