Valentines Day has come and gone and guess which holiday is next? Here come the Irish!
We had a successful Valentines weekend, with both suites full both days. All guests had a heart-shaped box of chocolates on their pillow (nice touch Carol!) and they all appreciated it. We had another very enjoyable and visity group (the couples we host are still the best part of the B&B operation).
Mrs. Dunn found a book she really liked and has been looking for it for some time as we shopped. She finally went the www. route and it arrived this past week. It is delightful.
Inspired somewhat by the book and more by our location and the beauty around us I talked Carol into a walk out along the old railroad point and then down the river’s backwater ice edge. This is a route I take each Thursday to count eagles. It is rugged and cold and just beautiful. These next pictures are my version of Robert Frosts snowy woods.
The nest is just down from our B&B, and the eagle is the nest’s hopefully-to-be-Mom watching us invade her area. She and the “dad” have been busy arranging things in preparation of egg-laying (I assume anyway).
Besides St. Patrick’s Day coming, March at the National Eagle Center features their yearly SOAR events. We usually fill up for those 4 weekends, but at present have some openings available. Give us a call after checking out the events at www.TheNationalEagleCenter.org.
The SOAR programs are on the weekends of March 7 & 8, and 14 & 15, and 21 & 22, and 28 & 29.
Hope you enjoy the pictures and the information. Come see us. We would love to share this beautiful area with you. Bill