BETHEL WILL BE BUSTLING THIS WEEKEND WITH HARVEST FEST ACTIVITIES, but with the hay in, it was peace and quiet Tuesday afternoon at Hi-Vu Farm in Bryant Pond. Carla Phillips even found time to give Fynn, Jordan Bean’s 12-week-old German Shorthaired Pointer, a good belly rub. Carla is secretary-treasurer of the Oxford County Farm Bureau, which this year awarded Bean (seated on tractor bucket) its Albert Rice Memorial Scholarship. “I’ve lived on farms all my life,” said Bean, who now lives in Bethel, with his aunt and uncle Tim and Joanne Korhonen. The Gould Academy graduate plans to study diesel and heavy equipment mechanics, but he’s already learned an older craft — blacksmithing. He forges bent arm pins (a more complicated form of cotter pin), farm necessities he sells at agricultural fairs. The 200-acre Hi-Vu Farm is owned by Carla and her husband, Bradford. It sits high in rolling hills, near the end of Curtis Hill Road.