Spring at last! Maybe not officially, but that first little crocus popping up, the crane headed north and Lanny turning the fountains on…that’s all we need to feel spring in the air! There is so much going on at Old Town Farm right now it’s hard to know where to begin. Construction projects are […]
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The cottonwoods have been absolutely electric-gold this fall. And if that’s not enough, throw in all the pink leaves and blue berries of the Virginia Creeper and it’s almost too heart stopping to take it all in. Walking around the farm, or biking through the bosque, it’s easy to believe we live in the […]
Sunday couldn’t have been a more spectacular fall day for a bike ride and bite to eat at Bike in Coffee. Before reaching a high of 70-degrees, we weathered a brisk morning by wheeling in a mobile fire pit. The warmth proved to be very popular until the morning sun took over. Then […]
OPEN HOUSE 10/2/12 What a busy month for Old Town Farm! We started off on October 2nd with an open house for event planners. The food, provided by Andrea Schulte’s “New Mexico Pie Co”, was not only delicious, every edible item was a work of art. Her scones with crème freche were the perfect background […]