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Apr 24, 2021 10:33 |  #1006

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wow, this looks great

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Apr 24, 2021 10:35 |  #1007

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Apr 24, 2021 12:05 |  #1008

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Apr 25, 2021 05:42 |  #1009

At the Grafton Village Cheese in Brattleboro, VT, and shot thru their glass showcase:

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Apr 25, 2021 05:44 as a reply to  @ Mark A.'s post |  #1010

YUM!
looks very good and you've captured these very well



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Apr 25, 2021 07:00 as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #1011

Thank you Richard.

Those previous images came from our 2nd visit to that cheese shop.

The first time we went was pre-COVID-19 and taking images was much easier and many cheese items were out and on display; as seen in the older image, pasted below.

On my Flickr page, there are images of some of their beautiful cheeses (I like the ones of a cheese named "Boucher Blue").

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Apr 25, 2021 07:26 |  #1012

Mark A. wrote in post #19227475 (external link)
On my Flickr page, there are images of some of their beautiful cheeses (I like the ones of a cheese named "Boucher Blue").

Really wonderful lot of photos there Mark
That Blue is definitely my type of cheese. Looks very nice indeed.
We used to by blue vein in large wheels once, and cheddar!
Those were the days.
4 kids helped consume it though. :-P



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Apr 25, 2021 23:51 |  #1013

Caution, more cheese photos... because cheese is good eating! Here is the headquarters of Cabot Cheese Co-op in Cabot, Vermont, a very small town. There are several store locations in Vermont along popular highways, but if you want the best experience, go to the headquarters. Yes, there is a sample room, which offers varieties you just can't buy in grocery stores. And to tie it in with Brattleboro, we visited Grafton Vermont on the same trip, which has, or had, a cheese dairy in that very small hamlet as well.

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And the Grafton Cheese Company's covered bridge (the McWilliam Bridge) in Grafton, which is featured on one of their cheeses. Very picturesque town -- worth a visit.

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We didn't visit Brattleboro as yet, but thanks for the preview, Mark.

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Apr 26, 2021 06:11 |  #1014

David,

Thank you for furthering my and our collective knowledge on the Vermont cheese scene!
I showed my spouse your post, and she mentioned the Vermont Cheese Trail.
Once again, something I had no idea of!!

https://vtcheese.com/v​ermont-cheese-trail-map/ (external link)

I also look forward to exploring your Vermont album later today, and to traveling vicariously by viewing your images.

In the spirit of the thread I can offer a couple of images with other people working.

What happened was we found The Vermont Country Deli in Brattleboro, Vermont, and I was blown away by a skillet-full of Maple BBQ Pulled Pork.
I love pulled port, had never heard of Maple BBQ Pulled Pork before, and in this wonderfully-seasoned cast iron skillet, it was just gorgeous!

I am still awkward with approaching folks for image-taking, and especially doing so with a large and intimidating camera in-hand.
But I did ask, and I did try to take some images of this magnificent find.
They had these hanging “food warming lamps” over their countertop and I struggled with a few camera-related things when taking the images.

This, is what stopped me in my tracks:

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Our order To-Go, being packed:

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Our Mac & Cheese order To-Go, being packed:

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Once again:

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All of these images from Brattleboro are organized in an album on Flickr, and you can find a link to that album, under any of these images when they are viewed on Flickr.

Here, a band is at work entertaining patrons of the Brattleboro Area Farmers' Market (where again, the food was gorgeous), and folks did pay the band in a broad sense, with "greens".

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Apr 26, 2021 09:51 |  #1015


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Apr 28, 2021 20:29 |  #1016

A friend carving an owl for me.:-):-):-)


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Apr 29, 2021 04:05 |  #1017

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A friend carving an owl for me.:-):-):-)

Always admire these chainsaw artists.
Amazing what they carve out.
Good to see. Photo shows it very well



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Apr 29, 2021 06:21 |  #1018

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Apr 29, 2021 14:25 |  #1019

avondale87 wrote in post #19229306 (external link)
Always admire these chainsaw artists.
Amazing what they carve out.
Good to see. Photo shows it very well

Thanks! Didn’t really take him all that long to carve it. He used three different saws in the process.

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May 03, 2021 08:53 |  #1020

Lisbon

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Costa Rica

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