Woodland Farmhouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... little button that is the size of a quarter. This tiny techno wonder is a shutter remote for my iPhone camera. No more at-arms-length selfies for me! Well, fewer, at least.
I’ve got my backup battery and this great little cable that, between the three different component connectors, will charge everything that needs charging in my bag.
And the apps. Oh the apps I ...
... zip lining, various ropes courses and the drop zip line. Tommy was hesitant on the first ropes course so him and I watched. Chris did both levels and was pretty good at it. Josh did one level and what he did not have in agility, he made up with in brute strength. Fun(ny) to watch. Chris couldn't do the zip line so he did a smaller one twice while Josh and Tom did the "extreme" one.. Supposedly steepest in the somewhere but seems doubtful. The ...
... and I took Duke, Koah, and Blue for a walk along the creek. As we walked, it started to rain, but it was only a sprinkle, so we kept going. The grass was really high, and the youngsters (Blue and Koah) kept pulling on their leashes, so we decided to take a walk to the origin without the dogs later. We crossed the creek utilizing a fallen log. Duke followed me deftly across, but Blue and Koah opted to splash through the stream. They were rambunctious, but what I though was ...
... attempted to get some hummingbird photos, but the camera wouldn't focus through the double-paned window. I stepped out onto the porch and snapped a few clear photos, but went back inside because I was being dive bombed by hummingbirds! They are not skittish at all!
Chris groggily emerged from the bedroom around 6:30 pm. We took a walk up the road with Duke and Blue near the big creek. The dogs barely looked up. Their noses ...
... the dogs, and the wilderness. I forget how nice it is to be in the woods. I need to remember how great it is to forget about everything but the moment at hand.
We decided that all of us needed a nap, so we made our beds and retired to our rooms. Chris and I were almost too excited to sleep, but sheer exhaustion set in and we were fast asleep in no time! All the stress and uncomfortable driving conditions were worth ...