The Haunting of Dimond Hill …

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Gather round the hearth my friends and warm yourselves by the fire, safe from the wind and the rain … but not, perhaps, from the chill that’s likely to tickle your spine as I tell you a tale of the ghosts of Dimond Hill. You see, the Dimond Hill Farm seems to sit at a […]

Playing in the Pumpkin Patch …

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Remember back when dad would pile the family into the station wagon and motor off down one country lane or another, all the time reminiscing about the way things used to be … back when people were nicer, kids were more polite and he had more hair. Ah, those were the days when we could […]

Starting the Fall with a Bit of Summer

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It is going to be a BEEEAA-utiful weekend up here in New Hampshire, with a little bit of something for everyone who’s able to operate outside of a WiFi signal. The first blush of fall color is breaking through, chilly mornings – wrapped in fog and wood smoke – quickly burn off to bright sunshine […]

Honey Crystals: Natural Goodness or Funky Fermentation …

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Honey is just about as good as it gets when you’re looking for something to dress up a cup of tea or a piece of bread and butter. Most scholars figure that honey predates written history where four-thousand-year-old Babylonian cuneiform writings describe it being used as currency and a way to pay tribute to both kings […]

Tunnel Vision …

“It’s difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato.” American Humorist and Writer Lewis Grizzard. I love this quote because I can feel the juice running down my chin whenever I read it. Every now and then, up here at the Dimond Hill Farm, we like to pluck the fleshy fruit […]

This Saturday, The Drinks Are On Us …

Okay, okay, calm down. After all, we ain’t talking about Grandpa Abbott’s apple jack, here. On Saturday, June 28, from 11 am to 1 pm, Parker House Coffee will be holding a coffee tasting at the Dimond Hill Farm Stand. You may not have tried or even heard of Parker House Coffee, but I guarantee you’ll […]

Our Own Pam Clark Wins PSU Distinguished Graduate Teacher Award

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Just in case you thought Pam Clark was just another pretty face up here at the Dimond Hill Farm, I’m here to tell you that in addition to all her farm chores and duties, Pam is a well-respected educator with more than 30 years experience in New Hampshire schools as a teacher, principal and, since 2003, […]

Look Ma, it’s a Blog …

This here is my first attempt at blogging, so you’ve got to bear with me. I ain’t much for typing or technology and I’ve never met a deadline I’ve gotten along with. Truth be told, the only reason I’ve agreed to do this at all is that I need the audience … nobody around the […]