Barking Mad Farm & Country B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to reflect the enterprising nature of the first pioneers who settled here.
We chose to salute the enterprising group who formed the Terminal Gravity Brewery in this little town. Many years ago, when I was a volunteer at one of the beer festivals in Portland, I worked at the TG booth and poured their ale for tasters at the event.
It is a small operation, and the tap room is in a vintage house, and the former front yard is now a beer garden. As ...
... that little jog cost him an extra $10 to $15 in fuel! His pocketbook also took another hit a bit a little later when he ran over a sprinkler at the campground and the resident manager charged him $10. Campground provided free firewood, although we had to cut it ourselves. Great bar-b-qued steaks, a campfire and a full moon - a good day. Next morning again up at the crack of 9:30 and by the time morning ablutions ...
... I was greeted to this idyllic oasis by the wonderful park hosts, Norah and Howie who have been full time RVing for the past seven ...
... with avocado, tomato, red onion and Bev's signature hot sauce, we pulled all the food and got it consolidated and roped up the tree. A roaring fire, a few beers, coco for Bobby and off to bed with a couple of pots to bang, just in case. Of course, we never heard a bear or even a raccoon, which is a more likely possibility this close to water.
The night left frost on Nemo and froze Sadie's water bowl, but did not seem too cold as ...
... anchors a community, and is someone we won’t forget.
As a final aside, Kathryn went to the bathroom- an outhouse- and saw the sign that said to pull a cord three times to flush the toilet. Without thinking much about it, she did… only to realize, of course, outhouses don’t flush, and instead she was pulling a big schoolbell above to announce to the town that she had gone to the bathroom.