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Bring On The Sunshine

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmCan the snow really be melting? Have you had enough? For some there is never enough snow…

Double Brook FarmBut for others, it just might be better to let the thaw begin. Look at this fur!

Double Brook FarmThe sheep seem very happy in and around the tree line, but especially in the sun.

Double Brook FarmAnd when they see Jess, who might just have a little grain for the ewes.

Double Brook FarmAll the animals were out sunning themselves and taking various ‘baths’.

What a difference a couple of days make!

For some, a bit of sunshine simply isn’t enough.

If you’ve really had it with the cold…If you are desperate for vacation and cannot go soon enough… Or maybe you have no plans and are staring down a long month of March and you need a change of scenery ‘in the now’… GO TO ITALY!

Double Brook FarmThis Saturday, March 14, we are having our RUSTIC ITALIAN market dinner. Five courses of delicious locally-sourced Italian food. Bring some red wine (if you have any left over after this winter) and let someone else do the cooking while you relax and mangia bene!

To register and see the menu, click here.

I’ll leave you with my favorite ad of the season. This just about sums it up!

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