The Widow Kip's Country Inn
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... us have been called "honey" several times by the check in lady who gave us keys to check out the room before we said yes. The first room she told us to look at had not been attended to by housekeeping which was a little disconcerting. She then said we could look at another room which was similar but it was clean, has a fridge and even chairs at the table.
We thought we would not be getting breakfast but it is included in ...
Hi All: The Butler's are on the road again. This time going to Ireland and Scotland with our favorite cousins Judee and Tom. We are leaving this morning from Dullas at 11am and arrive in Dublin on Sunday Oct. 5th 5am. Three nights in Dublin and 12 nights in a rental house near ...
... and that swim. With the air at 38 degrees and the ocean at 30 degrees
it was still feeling cool and sooooo good.
As we had
our accommodation at Sea Garden Resort booked only from Wednesday on we stayed
one night with our friends Richard and Lulu.
It is now
Saturday the 13th of September, we have been in our apartment for a
few days and enjoying it. Our dear old Black Bear ...
... ladies (Barbara & Atha) on the golf course. While on the golf courses we saw deer and wood-chucks. The courses were lushes green and challenging. Part of a membership fee would give you access to the golf courses, indoor/outdoor waterpark, pools, etc.
While at the resort, I took several of the classes they offered that included basketry, wall plaque painting, jewelry-making, and glass jewelry making. I attached a picture of ...
... before it went completely down, there were great views as the sun dipped behind the clouds before dropping below the horizon. A small pool of water below some rocks here created a beautiful reflection of the evening sky. Once the sun was no longer visible, we hiked back down to the cars before it got completely dark. We drove back to camp and had a nice campfire, drinking tequila and beer and eating s’mores, before heading to ...