black kettle farm

Last fall I was doing some work on the east coast and during that time, my parents made a trip to see my sister in Maine and I was able to join them for a short part of their stay.  While some people may think what she did was completely crazy (quitting her job and spending the summer growing season apprenticing on a farm and living off the land), I think it was incredibly brave and inspiring.  Even though we arrived at the close of the season and the farm was starting to prepare for cooler weather, the trees were turning colors and it was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen.  I got so many amazing pictures it would make for a very long post so I’ll be breaking it up over the next couple weeks.  So let’s go see Black Kettle Farm and the little piggies!

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

Black Kettle Farm | Leslie Grow Photography

maine | part 1 » Leslie Grow Photography - […] I mentioned in my Black Kettle Farm post about meeting up with my sister and parents in Maine, these are some of the pictures from the […]

Ashley Bailey - Leslie – what a beautiful post! I simply adore it.

When I quite my full-time salary based job with benefits to move to Maine and worked at Inn on the ocean… many people thought I was out of my mind (most of the Mainers did anyway!) But it was the best decision I ever made. Now… living a city life… Go back? Time will tell.

Much love.

Ashley

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