Humane Education / Humane Eats [Day 2 & 3]
Days are jam-packed with learning. Luckily I am fed well. Here are the last couple of days’ eats, taken with my crappy camera phone. Mushroon no-quessadillas with nooch cheese sauce.
Homemade chocolate ice cream
Black bean and corn salad and pico de gallo
Root veggie sweet potato Shepherd’s Pie, salad and…
raspberry thumbprint cookies.
There is beauty everywhere… in general I suppose, but I am speaking of the grounds here. I found the most fascinating types of moths. And not to get too Silence of the Lambs, but I am so loving the range of forms I observed. Like first, this moth that looks like a rolled up leaf.
Then this one in beautiful pink and yellow. I’ve never seen anything like it.
And this guy with his long, extended mustache blending into the wall.
I’ve been eating out with new friends I have made here… so I am making social sacrifices. Like eating Daiya cheese.
Here is the big vegan pizza at Barncastle, a gorgeous Inn and eatery in Blue Hill.
I’m on my last day and I’m ready for home… with a few vegan stops on the road of course. I’ll celebrate Independence Day back in New York and then start a midwest adventure, eventually to hit my 48th state: North Dakota. Oh yah.