Walks & Sights, all in New Hampshire
I took at least 15 woods or trail walks in November, on eight trails, plus walks most other days on sidewalks in town. We started the month with fall leaves everywhere, and we ended it with a light covering of snow.
OTHER NH TRAILS
WALKS & SIGHTS IN TOWN
Of course, Thanksgiving fell in November for those of us in the United States. We decided not to get take-out but instead to make our own feast, which included crabcakes, remoulade sauce, French potato tart with leek and gruyere, sautéed chard with garlic, cranberry sauce from local cranberries, French bread, and pumpkin pie, with a dry Riesling wine.
In other food news:
Lots to do this month! Zoomed with a friend in NY state for an hour, had another friend over for tea on Thanksgiving morning, went to other friends’ for drinks Thanksgiving evening, and all the usual weekly gatherings of salon, permaculture, and college friends, plus Buddhist Sunday sangha, and several webinars, on rare NH butterfly research, the magic behind Longwood Gardens’ Christmas displays, why we eat what we eat on Thanksgiving, and a Boston Globe discussion about the current supply chain disruptions.
House & Garden