You are, as poet Henry David Thoreau said, about to be "rich, if not in money, in sunny hours and summer days." However shall you occupy them? Perhaps. . .
“It is to be all out of doors, a table spread in the shade, you know. Everything as natural and simple as possible.” –Jane Austen While a picnic in Jane Austen’s time may have been a simpler affair, simplicity was certainly not the Victorians’ strong point. By the late 1800s, a picnic hamper often contained... Continue Reading →