Category Archives: Musing From Mission Farm

Column
November 22, 2016

Finally!

By Rev. Lee Alison Crawford, Vicar For the past week, down here on the farm, we have been running around like squirrels putting up acorns for the winter. All the…

Column
August 24, 2016

Gravity

By Rev. Lee Alison Crawford In the end, gravity always wins. For about 60 years, the barn that Oren Bates built has been a fixture on the Mission Farm property….

Turnings of the season
Musing From Mission Farm
December 29, 2015

Turnings of the season

Facebook recently instituted a welcome (or not-so-welcome) feature that brings up photographs and memories from prior years. Consequently, knowing that snow amply covered the ground at this time last year…

Musing From Mission Farm
July 22, 2015

Unfolding years

Even though Mission Farm Road gives the semblance of being a private road, it is a mile-long town road (TH#38) that bypasses an otherwise unremarkable (save the Skyeship base lodge)…

Sound in silence
Musing From Mission Farm
June 26, 2015

Sound in silence

While the intensity of the peepers has diminished somewhat since they burst onto the scene several weeks ago, their din still blankets the evening. Their mating calls at dusk provide…

Juxtapositions

Juxtapositions

One amazing bonus of living year-round in Killington is experiencing the incredible juxtapositions that the mountain and valley provide. We can ski for part of the day, leave the mountain,…