Will O' the Wisp
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... cabinetry is everywhere. Most night stands and bedside tables adhere to the walls. The lines are clean, there is no clutter.
The Kaufmann's did not entertain very much and truly appreciated their getaway in the country as just that, a rest from their busy city lives. There is a guesthouse that held a sitting area, bed and bath. It mirrored the house, sat at a higher level on the property and was accessible by a gradual winding stone staircase, three ...
... we are in good company as generations of travellers since US Statesman Andrew Stewart found the stone house in 1822. The guest books in our rooms tell of ghost sightings one in particular of a Civil War soldier! Our imagination takes hold and somehow we hear doors open and the creaks get louder and louder. The boys try and scare us but they were too obvious! We have a nightcap, we should have taken in down to the tavern but alas we ...
Falling as defined by Google: "to move downward, typically rapidly and freely without control, from a higher to a lower level." I'm pretty sure after today, next to the definition, you will find a picture of me skiing a blue slope.
Lindsay and I were on KP duty this morning...and we ended up in charge of making biscuits and gravy for breakfast (a rather terrifying task when you have several southerners in the group). Pioneer woman and Linda saved the day and ...
... but it is stunningly beautiful which makes falling more tolerable. And by tolerable I mean that when you are on your back looking at marshmallow trees you are too distracted to register pain.
4. Riding ski lifts to the top of the mountain is incredibly peaceful. If I didn't have to come back down on skis I could have spent my whole day riding up to see the "marshmallow" trees and listening to the occasional birds that broke the silence.
... of putting chains on tires. We both were actually pretty excited to learn the process. And I have to say, my inner six year old was pretty disappointed by the simplicity of the process. The rest of the night was spent staying warm by a fire, grabbing last minute supplies from the tiny Shop N Save (Basically the Davis equivalent to Greentown's Hulce Supermarket), and shuttling the luggage and everyone up to the lodge in the cars with chains. Tomorrow: ...