MAY! Museum visits, revisiting the recipes learned from my King Arthur Baking classes, several trips to Ascutney (5) to work on cottage projects, and time spent in the garden... May comes to a close with very little time on the bike. It was a quick month. I hope the summer doesn't fly as fast.
After wrapping up 30 Days of Biking, I spent my first day off the bike in a very quiet Peabody Essex Museum. Visitor capacity was limited when I went, (I had to reserve a scheduled ticket online), but I enjoyed roaming the somewhat empty galleries at leisure. There are several terrific exhibitions going on now, including Salem Stories, highlighting 26 unique vignettes (from A-Z) of the city of Salem and Anita Quayyum Agha's All the Flowers Are for Me.
|All The Flowers Are for Me|
|Baking homemade eclairs|
|Traditional cream scones|
|Building a new garden bed|
|Hopefully too tall for rabbits|