Dave made orange souffle this morning for our five guests. The oooohs and ahhhhs and requests for seconds were enough to put a smile on our faces! Orange souffle is a deliciously sweet warm breakfast dish made with eggs, orange juice and sugar. It rises to a grand height and while it’s still high, we serve it in a beautiful, very large pottery bowl made just for the Inn by a local artist. It serves 4-6 people, leaving enough for seconds, of course.
Joey the Cat lives in our private area of the house, and the outdoors is his playground. He made a new friend recently, Sal. He enjoyed chasing Sal, but Sal didn’t seem to enjoy being chased by a large orange fluffy ball. Then Joey decided to bring Sal to our office for introductions.
When we bought the Inn on Mill Creek, one of our (well, Dave’s) ideas was to have a “walk-up” PC for our guests. We already have wireless internet service throughout the Inn, but if you don’t bring your laptop with you, the Wi-Fi doesn’t really do you any good. Well…now you can check your e-mail, Google a nearby restaurant or attraction, or find out if your favorite baseball team won their latest game — right in our Great Room.