Monthly Archives: September 2007
Brigette spent a good, theraputic, two hours planting baby perennials that arrived last week from Blue Stone Perennials (http://www.bluestoneperennials.com/). Now that summer is pretty much over, it’s getting darker earlier, so more gardening therapy continues tomorrow.
DINNER RECOMMENDATION: SEPTEMBER
Two of our most recent guests, Max and Susan, told us about their nice experience at Berliner Kindl German Restaurant and Deli in Black Mountain. Max is Bavarian, and was impressed with a restaurant featuring authentic German cuisine (it’s owned and operated by a German couple).
COLORING INSIDE THE LINES
The front hallway is now more cheerful and definitely warmer. Or should we say, we added a little Orange Sherbet (from Lowes’ Seaside Retreat collection) and some Mustard Yellow (also from Lowes, from the Waverly collection). Those names don’t sound like a tasty combination, but oh, do they make for an outstanding color combination on the walls.
EARLY SEPTEMBER EVENTS
Two events are coming up in our area that might interest you if you’re visiting early this month:
LET THE ART ORDERING BEGIN
The Inn’s walls are getting a fresh look, thanks to some art selected by Innkeeper Dave. This painting series is the Great Room’s newest acquisition: