Bouma Post Yards (BPY) started by accident, sixty years ago. Founders Harold and Johanna Bouma needed some posts for their property, and had to drive several hours to buy them. The area where they live in Montana has plenty of trees – wind-warped pines and water-logged cottonwoods – but not many that make good fence poles.
Réjean Trottier is pur laineQuébeçois, whose family has lived on the chemin du roy (the King’s Highway) between Quebec City and Montreal for generations. Several years ago, on a bit of a whim, Trottier and his uncle hand built two stone wood-fired ovens on the edge of the property adjacent to the highway. Continue reading “Verger Trottier/Trottier's Orchard”