We are so happy to be able to utter those two words again. At this time of year, we often think of the Disney classic, Beauty and The Beast, and the scene where Lumiere sings, “life is so unnerving, for a servant who’s not serving”. . . Our closure, has, well, come to a close, and we will again be able to do what we love most, serving. The team has been hard at work preparing for your return. And, while we could have gone on tending to details indefinitely, we are now ready to welcome you back to The Farm. We are, in a word, thrilled. I am also, in a word, grateful to our dedicated team.
A visit to Vermont in the spring promises a vivid palette of green. As a striking complement, our fields will soon be covered in deep purple lupines. As the window of these and other spring wildflowers is notoriously fleeting, please visit soon to enjoy hikes, bike rides and lazy picnics in this jewel-box of a setting. The pond and lake, while still chilly, are crystal clear, with the former having just received an all-new stock of rainbow trout – just itching to be caught.
Please, as always, know we are here to assist. We look forward to welcoming you back this spring season for another memorable stay in the foothills of Vermont’s Green Mountains.