Mountain View Lodge
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... Of course the locals have no idea what it means!
I visited Phil and Tracy, their two lovely daughters, two Corgies (queens Elisabeth's favourite dog), James and William, a tall Jack Russel, Tobi, and two cats, Quentin and Angelina.
Quentin is my new friend and at night jumps on my bed to keep me company.
Phil made some time for me, so nice, so we went visiting a ski resort, Windham, where in the winter they go almost every weekend for ...
... of green trees. But boy is it all coming at once! We did not have time to seal the mast collar, barely time to get the dodger and bimini back up, and did not have time to plug in until it let up a bit a few hours later. When the rain slowed a bit we got out of the boat to investigate the music we were hearing, and it led us to an open air bar with a live band: Dock Street Station. Someone connected with the bar is in the wood business for sure- the four ...
... back to beautiful river views. Our anchorage at Houghtaling Island was very pretty and we felt like we were in a jungle..... the birds were so loud and as the afternoon progressed the crickets took over. In the morning we were lucky to see a bald eagle right near our boat... after the fog lifted a little. We waited a little until it was clear before Marty pulled up the anchor. It was really hard to get up and really muddy- but we wouldn't have gone anywhere in any wind for ...
... September 8th – I woke up in the middle of the night thinking of the doors in our room – this is one of the more unique lodgings we have stayed in – there are 8 doors in our room! Only one wall does not have a door. Three of the doors are hand painted – that was done by the previous owner of the property who was a painter. Only five doors lead somewhere: 1- to the rest of ...
... paintings. Yet it would seem that the style and subject of his paintings were really chosen entirely for their commercial resale value. He was foremost a “professional” painter in that he painted what people wanted and was exceptionally good at creating exactly what people wanted for the times and marketing his work – his paintings sold for $10,000 which in today’s dollars would be well over $1 ...