We love to offer our guests a warm welcome and then the freedom of no expectations from us to visit!
Your lower level daylight bedroom, sitting room and kitchen look out to backyard & woods. Birds and squirrels love it here. We hope you do too:-)
We expect our guests to be mindful of us living upstairs. This includes no smoking whatsoever on our property, no pets brought onto our property, in the house and quiet by 10 except by prior 24 hour arrangement. No guests not registered with us on our property at any time.
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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.