Jon Crispin's Notebook

Hay Bales

Posted in Food, Friends, People, Travel, Water by joncrispin on 29/06/2012

 I shot suitcases in Rotterdam yesterday and then drove to Ithaca.  On 206 between Green and Whitney Point I began to notice the big bales of hay that dot the landscape at this time of year.  My friend Bill Marsh used to tell his daughter that they were giant shredded wheats.

Later in the evening Peter Carroll and I went to the Glenwood Pines for a bite to eat.  I hadn’t been there in a long time.

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  1. charlotte cooperstein said, on 29/06/2012 at 3:04 pm

    Wonderful…my grandparents had a farm in Alpine NY on Terry Hill Rd. The fragrance of those bales on an early summer evening is lovely and nothing like a cool beer and music in a tavern in Ithaca…I’m glad some things haven’t changed back there …thanks for the pictures.


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