Green is Good

018Spring has sprung, the grass is green, and so the flowers are now seen. Just a little humor for the bright and peppy way the season makes one feel.  So far spring around the inn has been a sea of bright yellow forsythia blooming and assorted varieties of daffodils and narcissus dotting the landscape with color and vibrancy.  Mother Nature and the gardens have certainly awakened from their winter nap.

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Of course the emergence of flowers, warmer temps, and greening of grass means time to fit the outdoor chores into the routine and schedule.  Beds must be raked of winter debris, errant volunteer plants (i.e. weeds) must be pulled, branches picked up, trimming, and mulching, etc, etc.  It’s a good thing I like to garden……….  Rainy days find us doing some spring cleaning and finishing up indoor maintenance chores.  But honestly we do all this because the inn is just a wonderful old house and we enjoy making it beautiful for you, our wonderful guests!daffydoor

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