Tuesday, August 4, 2020

“But if we can survive in this, we’ll do all right”

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"Franklin resident opens the vegan-focused Nirvana Tea House & Café in Millis"

"Thirteen thousand feet up in the Himalayas, Franklin resident Ed Williamson, his hiking guide, a horseman and a cook set up and broke down tents across the mountain for 10 days last year. They never had to worry about finding a stranger living in a tent on that mountain in Bhutan who wasn't willing to invite them in for a cup of tea. 
That welcome over a cup of tea, remind Williamson of his childhood. 
“The tea was just a way to talk,” said Williamson, who grew up in Cork, Ireland, with a mother who lit a burner for the teapot whenever company was invited over. 
“Anyone that came to visit – the teapot went on," he said. "I grew up drinking tea; coffee was not something we drank. That whole (experience drinking tea with strangers in the Himalayas) reminded me of home.”
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