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Where's Jonny? Care to dine with me? You would think that 11 years of daily food tasting for a living might put me off?......au contraire! Chomp away with me across 6 continents. Seduced like a bloodhound to the scent of good food, I anticipate the misty waft of steaming broths, the satisfying crunch of mudbugs and the vibrant aroma of freshly pulverised lemongrass. Buon appetito

A poem about New England

USA | Monday, 29 October 2007 | Views [1561] | Comments [1]

fall foliage around 14th October in New Hampshire

fall foliage around 14th October in New Hampshire

For months I swhirled around the world

but needed time to mellow,

Soothing tides and leafy drives

with trees of golden yellow.

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White towns of wood and pointed spire

defined New Hampshires facia,

Whilst lobstermen of coastal Maine

were catching sweet crustacea.

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Pumpkins peered from porches near

Their glowing faces calling

the children of Vermont to play,

as crispy leaves came falling.

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Brake for Moose! screamed yellow signs

there's suicidal creatures

Black bears, skunks and striped chipmunks

Could end up roadside features.

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Six counties swathed by panetone shade

Presidential mountain views

Sand dunes shift as tall yachts drift

on Cape Cods emerald hues.

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Tags: The Great Outdoors

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I think you got it in the end, this is well good X

  dirosa Oct 29, 2007 3:12 AM

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