Old Growth Rhubarb

By: Carrie Cahill Mulligan

May 14 2008

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Category: animal, fruit, garden, landscape, New Hampshire, Quinn, spring, vegetable

2 Comments

Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:6.4mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/800 sec
Camera:C720UZ

When we bought our 1840’s farmhouse in 2004, most every part of the house and yard needed attention.

Many parts needed immediate, simultaneous attention.

The epic rhubarb patch, however, was not one of them.

(Quinn, rest his doggie soul, aids with perspective.)

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2 comments on “Old Growth Rhubarb”

  1. What a great photo of your sweet friend. (We lost our 15-year-old dog a year ago. Pictures like this are such great mementoes, aren’t they?) His character really shines through. And look at that rhubarb! GIGANTIC!

    What an adventure, restoring a 1840’s farmhouse. It sounds like a wonderful place to live.

  2. […] the old growth rhubarb, this happy patch of chives near the front steps was a gift unlooked-for on our overgrown acres. […]


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