Â f youâ€™ve ever written your own blog, you know thereâ€™s a nifty little feature called â€œsave,â€ where you can put off publishing your post till later.Â That works great for procrastinating writers and busy editors (of which I am both), but sometimes it backfires, and the draft log becomes much larger than youâ€™d like. When that happens to me, I feel compelled to purge what Iâ€™ve been saving. So today Iâ€™m launching a new feature I like to call â€œDraft Pub.â€Â It has nothing to do with beers or bars, but I think the name is kind of catchy, and the act of it gets you the information Iâ€™ve been hoarding for way too long.
Back when we were getting ready for the Locally Grown cook-off, we went to Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in Pocantico Hills for b-roll and to advance the Harvest Festival. Here are the photos I took while we walked around the property.
In the fields, a blue tractor:
Videographer Rory Glaeseman shoots the ducks:
Look at this one sitting in the tub!
Cute signs, made by kids in farm camp:
Yes, I shot this!
Erica Helms and Rory walk the fields:
The barns and the fields:
Farmer and Rory:
More cute signs: