The Inn at Timber Cove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn at Timber Cove Ashland
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... of the window that overlooks the lake. Mirza was stabbing his baked potato with his fork going, "Mmm mm mmmm" and I started making fun of him. All you heard coming from our table was "Mmm Mmm Mmm" and a bunch of laughter. The manager was clearing off the table behind us, laughing at us. That's one thing I can say with the pair of us: we make people laugh wherever we go. After dinner, Mirza went back to the tent and I went and took a nice, long hot shower. Then it was lights ...
That's exactly what we did. It was a beautiful sunny day, but it was a little chilly. We drove around the entire island and checked out the sights. There are plenty of houses on the island and each entry way looks like a path to a hiking trail. It gets kind of confusing when you're looking for a good spot to venture off into the woods! We found a little path that led to the water and parked the car on the side of the road so we could go into the wilderness. The ...
... about 10 o'clock. We went out to see what the island had to offer, but we only found one little bar. We stopped in to see if they had food and the bartender (Nick) said we could buy a frozen pizza or eat some of his blueberries. There was no other food to be eaten there. We ordered a drink and just chilled. There was a big dog hanging out, keeping warm by the fire. I went over and sat on a "couch" that was clearly made from a van seat (it literally was just a seat from a van). ...
... as long as the GPS was telling her. The GPS had us arriving at about 4:30pm. Now mind you this is only supposed to be a 140 mile trip that might take us about 3 hours. We just got on the road at about 10:15am. I didn’t think anything of it… I was just in the driving zone. After we had driven for about four hours, Suzy finally comes to the decision that we were going south instead of east. She asks me ...
... I've photographed my 4-lb can of peanut butter and new food box. I was fortunate to be directed toward a co-op (Lakewinds) with a great selection of dry bulk goods for the sampling. Thanks, Norm. I'll try to include some thoughts on meal prep on the road once I put some meals together. You people seem to like food talk. My kind of people.