Mr. Hunter celebrates the season with some genuine reindeer.
Ho ho ho!
Ho ho ho!
|Michelle won a prize for her turnip, whose face was inspired|
by the judge for the trial for which she had recently served as a juror.
|Here comes the judge again, this time sans wig and with a candlelight glow.|
|Karen's prize-winning turnip featured a dragon design.|
|Karen had also carved some lotus petals|
onto the bottom of her dragon turnip.
|The cat--and a fly--say hello to Mr. Hunter.|
|Eager to say hello!|
|The cat reaches out to Mr. Hunter. Such an honor!|
|Suppertime for the Nubian goats.|
|Guard llamas at Hildene Farm.|
|Mr. Hunter and Hildene.|
|About Lincoln's "Hildene"|
|"Here I am!"|
|Mr. Hunter and some grade A gold maple syrup at Taylor Farm.|
|Here's Flat Mr. Hunter with a bowlful of bird ornaments by Mary Stone. |
Here's a profile of Stone from the Village Green Gallery.
|The story of the Village Green Gallery, which was founded|
by Japanese photographer Nobushi Fuji'i.
|Mr. Hunter appreciated the name of this brand of cheese: Hunter.|
|You can sample a big variety of cheese at the Vermont Country Store.|
|We spotted some Hildene Farm cheese among the many cheeses|
at the Vermont Country Store.
|Vermont Cheesemakers map.|
You can find this map online, too.
|On the porch of the Vermont Country Store, |
Mr. Hunter climbed onto a tall stack
of wheels of Cabot cheddar cheese.
|Mr. Hunter considers the selection of goat cheeses at Hildene Farm.|
|A sign across the road from Taylor Farm.|