Ashland Mountain House B&B
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... Britt music festival that brings visitors here all summer. Then we hiked up the trail to Panorama Point, where we were treated to lovely views of the valley and Mt. McLaughlin.
In the evening we returned to Ashland for our last play, Much Ado About Nothing. Before the theater each evening, people gather ...
... to go trekking but we saw some excellent sides of the mountain. Over the course of three days, we hiked to three of the best views on the western side: Eagle Peak, Gobbler’s Knob, and Van Trump Park (by way of Comet Falls). It was a refreshing break from urbanity and great to sit out under the stars every night with a campfire.
For these two parks, I'll let the photos speak for themselves for the rest!
... kindles till we got stiff on park benches.... Back to hotel (all this is within very short distances) and got ready for the evening - first a drink in a wine bar ( will put in photo - 12 glasses of wine as we all had a "flight" - a tasting of 3 different wines), then fabulous Japanese meal then Streetcar Named Desire!! Wow. Now back and about to go to bed, all wrung out with Tennessee Williams. Very well done. Tomorrow we drive back to ...
... wouldn't move out of the shade, causing him to become upset. Christian's horse was the most well-behaved. He could get it to gallop and stop. It too tended to have a mind of its own more often than not though. I couldn't get my horse to do anything. It constantly stood in one spot and the gal had to slap its behind, whistle at it, make weird noises, and clap her hands to get it to move. For a short time it followed Christian's horse and I got to feel the pain of ...
... two of the upscale restaurants -- Peerless, which, for the price, didn't meet our expectations. It wasn't a bad dinner, it was just too expensive for what we got.
The Winchester Inn, though, was really top notch. Good food, good service, very nice setting. And if you are going to one of the plays it's only a 5 minute walk from the venues.