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We love our neighborhood. The people are friendly, there is no thru traffic and there is a woods at our back yard! Squirrels, birds (and sometimes deer) often visit our feeders.
After you've checked in there is no expectation to visit with us:-)
Otros aspectos destacables
Queen sized bed.
In the house and quiet by 10 p.m.
No parties or guests not registered with us on our property.
Puedes cancelar hasta 7 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso del 50 %, más las tarifas de servicio.
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Some of the things I love are:
- good times with family and friends
- walking beneath pine trees
- watching the sun set off of Patrick's Point, California
- lounging on the beach at Waimanalo, Oahu
- watching morning surfers at Kona by the Sea on the The Big Island, Hawaii
- hiking on the north shore of Kaui, Hawaii
- skiing at Bromont, Quebec
- diving and swimming in a quarry somewhere in Ontario
- exploring the Cabot Trail and Meat Cove, NS
- hiking along the red cliffs of Cavendish, PEI
- driving through the rolling hills and along the winding river of the Qu'Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan
- beach combing the solitude of rugged Wolf Point, New Brunswick
- watching bald eagles salmon fishing on the beach at Powell River, British Columbia
- viewing the Rocky Mountains and walking through fields of wildflowers in the foothills of Pincher Creek area, Alberta
- swimming with turtles in the ocean off of Barbados
- hiking through rain forest while listening to tree frogs in Puerto Rico
- making rhubarb wine, from scratch
- taking pictures
- listening to live music
- eating delicious food
My style of hosting is to give my guests a warm welcome and lots of privacy. This is my style of being a guest as well. Sometimes I think it would be convenient to be extroverted but I'm just not that way. My way of being has it's own gifts.
A Chinese proverb I heard a number of years ago says "When is the best time to plant a tree? Twenty years ago. When is the next best time to plant a tree? Right now."
This proverb comes to mind often and each time I am encouraged to focus on positive potential and move forward wherever possible.