Hello from Connecticut, where I’m enjoying a rather cold day out and about with my parents before a winter storm arrives later today. We stopped by Sub-Edge Farm in Farmington to check out the shop and farm animals. The shop is open-air on the back side which meant the owner was bundled up with a hat, gloves, and heavy coat while patiently waiting for me to poke around and admire the seasonal root vegetables.
I didn’t have my Nikon DLSR camera with me, so used my cell phone to take a few pictures for Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors. I caught this white chicken slipping out the skinny side door.
Next to the chicken coop was a small white shed with a red door.
Red and white doors decorate the front of the shop. I love the use of the bicycle as a prop for the Sub-Edge Farm shop sign. Check out my previous post, The Sound of Silence, to see better photos of their Highland cattle and to learn more about the farm.