Well not hub and I, personally, thank goodness. Cambridge, VT does though. Lots of it. Enough to close down Rt. 15 and send me on a 7 mile detour through the Notch in order to get to class. At least it's a really pretty drive. The leaves on the trees on that side of the mountain haven't fallen off yet so I get an extra dose of our September colors.
The town basically sits at the base of a few mountains and has a river running through the middle of it, so it didn't really stand a chance. The Boyden Valley Farm & Winery is a mess. Their entire field is a giant pond. They have a corn maze off to the side and you can only see the top 1 or 2 feet of the corn stalks. On the bright side, the cows across the road are OK. Their grazing area is extremely hilly so they only have to deal with a little bit of mud.
Let's see, other news this week: The parakeets have a new (larger) cage and this mop of curls on top of my head that most people call "hair" is finally almost back to being shoulder-length. I've waited over a year for this. Yay. :)
Pretty boring stuff, huh? Welcome to my life.
Time for homework,