Set 2of Fields Near Our Cottage

Bob Jensen at Trinity University 


April is a dreary month up in these mountains and is usually called mud season because of heavy snow melt in April.
In Winter 2016 there was very little snow and hence very little snow melt in April.
In some ways April without snow up here is more ugly than April with sloppy melting snow.
Hence I will dig down into my photographs of other seasons of the year.

In this edition of Tidbits I will focus on my pictures of nearby fields.
I love pictures of fields.
Sadly there are fewer fields up here that have livestock grazing.
Hence many of these fields are for putting away hay but not for grazing.
New Hampshire is not much of a state for farming.




My photographer fried Wes Lavin took these three pictures in Cabot, Vermont




Below is a picture of my own wild flower field on the south side of our cottage
before the wild flowers bloomed


I got off my tractor to take this picture of a wild flower field in front of our cottage.
I'm fearful that the owner of this land may build a house in the field next summer.





The field below is for organic food grown at the nearby Ski Hearth Organic Farm ---


This is that organic farm where we often buy produce



A farm adjoining that organic farm specializes in flowers and plants






About a mile from our cottage this grazing Appaloosa mare over 30 years if age


Slightly beyond is the Iris farm that occasionally has horses grazing


In the 1970s I spent two years in a think tank on the edge of the Stanford University campus
I used to walk through this field of cows to get from our rented house to the think tank on a hill visible in this old photograph


This is Lisl and Marshall at a young age in that restful field beside the CASBS Think Tank ---


Believe it or not, this is a picture of me taken when I was in college in Colorado in the 1960s
My favorite place to ride was at the Singing River Ranch in Bear Creek Canyon
Now I look in the mirror as think "what in the Hell happened?"




I'm told that the Singing River Ranch was developed into housing years ago
I'd prefer to remember the ranch and me as we were in the 1960s


Set 1 of photographs of fields near our cottage



Set 1 of My All Time Favorite Photographs

Set 2 of My All Time Favorite Photographs

Set 3 of My All Time Favorite Photographs

Set 4 of My All Time Favorite Photographs

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On May 14, 2006 I retired from Trinity University after a long and wonderful career as an accounting professor in four universities. I was generously granted "Emeritus" status by the Trustees of Trinity University. My wife and I now live in a cottage in the White Mountains of New Hampshire ---

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Our cottage was known as the Brayton Cottage in the early 1900s
Sunset Hill is a ridge overlooking with New Hampshire's White Mountains to the East
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