Nearing completion, this week we have finished all the coolers, laid the new pitch pine floor, hung the lights, tiled the new bathroom floor, laid the brick patio, put the front porch on, and so many more things. … Read More
Wow things seem to be moving so fast down here at Morning Glory. Farming activities continue ahead of schedule, the perennials, asparagus, fruit trees, strawberries may be as much as 2 weeks ahead this season. Lilly Walter is… Read More
Construction and farming activities continue at a blistering pace, the great weather and general haste as the season progresses has enabled allot of work to be complected in the last couple weeks. At the new store Foard Panel… Read More
The workmen have been feverishly working away. On Thursday I counted 17 men and women pounding away at: installing the post and beam porch, nailing up barnboard roofers, staining the white cedar trim, laying out a fire suppression… Read More
Hardwick Post and Beam arrived this week and got right to work. All the oak framing was pre-cut in their mill in Hardwick MA and it should go together like a puzzle from here. With the use of… Read More
Deca’s carpenters and masons continue to ready the building to receive the post and beam frame we expect soon. The ‘Deck’ as they call it, the sub floor of the final store. In front is the concrete floor… Read More
Here is the greenhouse pre-move. We have already moved this house once to this location 1984. Onto what was then a herb garden, involved were Jim and Debbie Athearn and Cody Jephcote . Now it gets to move… Read More
Cold weather, snow and delayed concrete aside the masons poured the foundation this week and it looks great! There are two general areas, the square closest to the camera is the area for root cellar in the basement… Read More
See you May 5th — it’s official!
Our farmstand reopens the first Friday in May at 9 a.m. Self-serve eggs are available by the dozen in the fridge just outside the exit doors:
Large-Extra Large $4.25
Bring exact change, please — for now. We look forward to seeing you in May!
If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?"
— Percy Bysshe Shelley