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How to Handle A Restaurant Maelstrom – Get the Crayons!

The difference between blacklisting a restaurant and endorsing it, is less about how perfect the dinner goes than it is about the reaction of the staff when all goes wrong, as long as the food is good.

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Goat Yoga in the Year of Trying New Things

Goat Yoga is NOT a spectator sport where goats demonstrate yoga positions for the enjoyment and youtube videos of all.

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Chicken Farmer I Still Love You Despite Your Graffiti Ways

But this one message means love to me, a young love that cannot be contained

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Suburban Myth – What’s Gnu in small town Massachusetts

I defy anyone from having a more bizarre experience than Jon and I did today.

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Anniversary Dinner #8 Sustainable, Local and Compassionate – Just like us.

Blue Moon Evolution as a restaurant is committed to farm to table, sustainable food practices and compassionate care of livestock all while being stunningly delicious.

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The Truth About Duck Eggs, Hay Bales, and Snow Banks as High as a Moose Eye.

After a failed maple syrup expedition in New Hampshire, we could have died when a tractor in front of us kept dropping hay bales into the street narrowed by very high snow banks. We dodged the second bale and then thought "we must save others" and pulled alongside the truck on a straight-away country road to… Continue reading The Truth About Duck Eggs, Hay Bales, and Snow Banks as High as a Moose Eye.

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The Mandatory New England Fall Foliage Blog

When you live in New England, you're just expected to fall in love with fall all over again every year.