Our Last Summer Break Trip – Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, VT
We did our best to make as many trips this Summer Break as possible, sadly…
Alright today I am letting my Dad take over my blog with his interview. What I love most about my Dad is the fact that he can make you go from so angry you want to hit something to laughing so hard you forgot what you were upset about. For a real laugh get him to do Marvin the Martian for you, you will seriously be rolling on the floor laughing your butt off!
I am interviewing my father because he has started his first blog and it’s not any ol’ blog … first it’s MY DAD and second it’s a PHOTO BLOG, so without further adieu meet The Dad behind Vermont’s Finest:
What do you plan to share on Vermont’s Finest?
Moments and memories, sites and scenes of Vt. that surround us each day. In photo/video.
What made you start your blog?
I always felt selfish with MY Vermont. Now I realize the beauty is in the sharing of it with those who may never come to know it any other way. Oh yea, and my daughter!
Who are you?
I am one of a dying breed, a VERMONTER. A bite of bourbon yet sweet as elderberry wine. And if you want to see how an evening in Vermont feels, just add ginger ale to either of the above!
What do you know about blogging so far?
Little. But it seems like a lot of chatter! I’ve got two daughters that were teens once!! So I understand. lol
Why a photo blog?
Photos are softer than words. They also capture the world that split second. Words sometimes are misunderstood, and parts of our memories sometimes fade. But show some one a picture, in any language, and what do you see. No misunderstandings.
How is it living on a farm?
Hard at times and wonderful at the same time. No better place to be miserable in the world! You find yourself looking up at the sky in wonder. Especially when things go arie…..and just laugh!
What do you love best about Vermont?
Its fifth season…MUD…. trying to get around in it turns everyone into a young child with new legs…..and makes for some GREAT laughter which is well needed after a New England winter.
Now that you have read about the man behind the photos, why not take a peek at some of the great photos being shown today at Vermont’s Finest.
Make it a Happy Day!