If you’re like me, and you like the snow, but after awhile, you long for a change of scenery, you’ve got a few options.
1) Embrace the cold and sled, snow shoe, or ski. (See my post “How to Survive a New England Winter.“)
2) Look for warmth.
In between snow storms this past week, I stopped in at the greenhouse at Water Fresh Farm in Hopkington, Mass.
I dined in front of a fire at Red Barn Coffee Roasters in Southborough, Mass.
And I visited the Wayland Winter Farmers’ Market inside a greenhouse at Russell’s Garden Center in Wayland, Mass., where people ordered pizza from a mobile wood fired pizza truck, tasted wine and cheese, bought root vegetables, jams, fish, meat, and even mushrooms.
Where will I go next week? The forecast is for more cold. Maybe this time, I’ll go for option number 3 and get on a plane!
6 thoughts on “How to Survive All the Snow”
Loved your post. VERY creative.
Perfect timing for this article, as the Boston area is getting it’s 6th foot of snow in 2 weeks!! Thank you, Tara!!
And 3-5 inches forecast for Thursday!Let me know if you find another place to find a bit of warmth.
Another delightfully clever observation by this prolific writer/photographer. If You get on a plane to CA, Tara, let us know!!!
Thanks, Jennifer! I will let you know.