Morical House Garden Inn
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After seven days on the road it was time to take a break. No alarm clock this morning, leisurely showers, and a nice breakfast was wonderful. We did laundry as the clothes do not clean themselves even when traveling and then just relaxed. I did take the opportunity to stalk the hummingbirds at their feeder. The male rufus was very protective of ...
... taken an SUV on much less a motorhome. So there are no waterfall pics today.
We did see several golden eagles, magpies, pelicans and hummingbirds. The hummingbirds were at the campground and posed for us at their feeder.
The pictures here will not be in any particular order, just representative of what we saw on our journey.
Tomorrow is a housekeeping day and we will visit the ...
... of Mistress Shore (normally only mentioned in the play) and she followed him round speaking his lines as he signed and signing everyone else's speeches to him. This made things quite difficult to follow.
At the start of Act II the stage was besieged by owls. They had a nest somewhere - presumably in the roof - and as dusk fell the owlets started screeching for food and the parents began to circle regularly above the stage with beaks ...
... like green) change during the day. The whimsical metallic flowers outside the door. (Booth can’t stop talking about the beauty of the doors.) And when we come to the deck to have coffee (or wine) and read or write or do t’ai chi or whatever, we’re on a beautiful deck, surrounded by hanging baskets of petunias, a rich grove of trees and a sheltered view of the mountains. No tv, but plenty of ...
... that the breaker had blown. *whew* Luckily it was a quick fix!
We headed to check out the pool. It is a nice large Olympic-sized pool and a small seriously shallow kiddie pool, playground, shuffleboard, youth center, adult lounge that's huge and has a bar (bring your own beer), card tables, foosball, pool tables, a TV, etc..., a large cafeteria and kitchen, a snack shack, and an equipment check out center. We swam until around 8pm and then headed back to the ...
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