Our Journey to Vermont and Tasha Tudor's Farm
|A Tasha Tudor note card I purchased. |
Visit their online store at Tasha Tudor and Family for more wonderful stuff.
If you love old things, kitchen crocks, copper pots, antiques, old homes, pitcher pumps, linens, flower gardens and corgis, the 1800's, you will love Tasha Tudor. Upon moving from New Hampshire to her final destination of Marlboro, Vermont, she acquired property next door to her oldest son, Seth, who built a replica of a cottage that Tasha wanted built. So he went and measured it up and built it. He used no power tools either.
|Jeff and Seth conversing after the tour.|
He conducted our house tour and did a fantastic job. We learned so much about Tasha and though we never had the privelege to meet her, somehow I am sure we had a glimpse of her through his personality!
Her collections and her gardens have been beautifully displayed in many of her books and illustrations.
My first book about Tasha Tudor Forever Christmas was given to me as a gift from my husband Jeff in 2001.
If you get a chance to visit the New England states you will love it. Here's a couple great places to stay.
The Chesterfield Inn , Keene, New Hampshire.
|I made this recipe two times and added the sunflower seed topping on the second batch.|
I have included the link to their yummy Carrot Muffin recipe prepared at the Chesterfield Inn- OMG. I have made them twice now and they are sooooooo good!
We also stayed at the Swanhill Bed&Breakfast in Marlboro, Vermont
So Here's the Thing: Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today. If you have been dreaming of doing it someday, than just do it. You won't be sorry. Today is actually that "someday"!
|In front of the Rookery, where you can buy all kinds of Tasha related things!|
Thank you Tasha and Family. We so appreciate all of you.
|What a treat. Finger sandwhiches and Stillwater Punch from Tasha's Cookbook!|
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