I was happy to not only see that it was finally seeded/mulched, but the original area that was seeded grass was really starting to come in. I met with the other contractor, and we discussed the work to be done, and took a few more pictures. The trees were just barely starting to show some color in the mountains, a sure sign that fall is starting to creep up on us.So if all goes well, we hope to have the garage foundation done in the next 3-4 weeks, and possibly the garage by mid November (if all goes well). Redundant yes, but everything is dependant on schedules, weather, funding, and a little bit of luck. One thing can throw things off, then there is still electricity to think about.
Oh and to address the second part of the title. As we drive back and forth, and sometimes venture off the beaten path we run into different things that catch our eye. Sometimes an animal, or a scenic view or a farm. Vermont has many types of farms, and we have seen animal farms, vegetable farms, large farms, small farms, run down farms, but the other day we saw the coolest farm so far.
A Marshmallow Farm! :-)