Tag: snow

garden

March Snowstorm

There’s always one, isn’t there? A big storm hit the farm this March. It was a school and work days, so you know what that means.   And also a nice brekky. Going back to help out the bees.  And a walk […]

family, garden

Snowy Afternoon

A few inches of very light and fluffy snow, and we play. Snow, slo-mo! #sourcherryfarm #snow #lohudsnow #nyack #southnyack A video posted by Liz Johnson (@sourcherryfarm) on Jan 7, 2017 at 2:56pm PST Catch it on your tongue, Sam! Can […]

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First Snow of Winter

We woke up to a winter wonderland! First snow of the season! Snow angels were a requirement, naturally. Winter at the farm.      One last holdout from the garden: Down by Charlie’s house, evergreens! And then a fire and some […]

garden

Snow at the Farm

We haven’t had too much snow this year — save for the big one a few weeks ago — so this dusting was actually sort of pleasant. The birds are happy to find the suet in the pear tree, that’s […]

entertaining

A Cozy Snowstorm Supper

Soup. Brisket. Spice cake. A great menu for a cold night by the fire. And while the wind whipped and the snow fell, we were cozy inside by the fire with great friends. Under all that goodness is the brisket: […]

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The Blizzard of January, 2016

Well, it finally came. This warm, snow-less winter came to a screeching halt Saturday morning.  Luckily, we were prepared, and had Joan Nathan’s Brisket recipe at our fingertips.  And a new (used) snowblower in the garage: The snow settled in […]

garden

Big Snow

More snow. A few photos. Related posts: A Snow Day Monday First Snow Day Oh. Look. More Snow More Snow

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Snow Day at Sour Cherry Farm

First big snowstorm of the season, and we have pancakes, make snow angels and build a snowman. Pretty successful run, I’d say! Snow on tree: Yummy winter breakfast: Can we go out now, mommy? With Claire and Jane: Snow angels: […]

garden

Farm Chores: February

Here is what we’re doing in the garden this month (and last, too). We used the cut branches from our Christmas tree to mulch acid-loving plants like blueberries and hydrangeas. When we shovel snow, we throw it to cover any […]

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Nor’easter of 2014

If I say it’s *the* Nor’easter of 2014, does that mean there won’t be another one? Blueberries: Garden beds: In the morning, you could still see the redwood chairs: Remember our summer dinner parties? 8:30 a.m. and it was up […]

garden

Icicles!

Looks like we need to inspect the downspouts! Makes for a nice photo, though. Related posts: Sarah and Wilson’s Visit

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Oh. Look. More Snow

Another day, another snowstorm. Our neighbor, Pat, shovels his driveway: The lounge chairs are covered: At the end of  the day, an aviation for our troubles: Cheers!   Related posts: Sam in Snow Snow at the Farm: So We Have […]

garden

A Snow Day Monday

We’ve had a lot of snow this winter, but no storm came with as much surprise as the one that crept in while we were sleeping Sunday night. We awoke to push alerts about school closings and a coating of […]

garden

Snowstorm at the Farm

With these photos, I bring you a rare look at behind the scenes, the inner workings of Sour Cherry Farm. I take you …. dum, dum dum!…. behind the garage! Hunna is loading wood for the log hoop on the […]

garden

More Snow

Will this winter ever end?    Related posts: The Snow Finally Melts and We See Signs of Spring at the Farm Snow at the Farm: So We Have Hot Chocolate Snow So High You Can’t See The Sour Cherry Trees […]

family

February Nor’Easter

We got nearly a foot this time, and Sam really got out to explore this time, touching, tasting and playing. A joy! Related posts: No related posts.

family

Sam in Snow

In the second snowstorm of the year, Samantha got out and walked around while Daddy shoveled. Such a toddler! She did great! Until this happened. Poor baby! Related posts: Snow at the Farm: So We Have Hot Chocolate Samantha’s First […]

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Samantha’s First Snow

We did have a few flurries and even a couple of inches earlier in the season, but this was the first time Sam really got outside to explore the snow. I must say, she seemed confused. A few more pics, […]

garden

Blizzard No. 2

We got slammed again. About a foot this time, I’d say. Here’s a look. Related posts: Cleaning Up after the Blizzard Christmas Blizzard 2010 A Tree Comes Down in Nyack Sunday at the Farm: Hot Dogs and Hydrangeas