For the last few days, a young girl came riding her horse past the Wayfarer. Finally tonight, we caught her eye and asked her to come to the front porch. She did. Wearing sunglasses and blond braids, I had no idea who she was. Turns out, I have known her, with dark hair since she was 2 years old. Alyssa Lone, she works at Glen’s Market and for the Frankfort Volunteer Fire Department. What a girl…
Alyssa and Sunny
good bye you two 🙂
Oh boy, every cottage was filled with guests who love eating al fresco. They cooked up a storm and enjoyed their cookery outside. My heart was singing at the sight.
It started with breakfast when I spotted Isaac and his younger brother Elias having their meal all by themselves. Wellllll, you can see their parents on the swing watching that everything goes the way it should. These two little men were so darling.
Breakfast at the Wayfarer
Breakfast at the Wayfarer with Isaac and Elias
The feasting continued in the late afternoon and evening when, again, I spotted the kids and a couple of other cottages enjoying dinner.
…and After Dinner Drinks
I let them talk me into a glass of vino 🙂
This is what it’s all about. Happy summer to meeeeee
Trying to train chickens to stay where we want them to graze is like herding cats. LOL
These chicks need to learn to stay away from the cottages. I can imagine guests not being as fond of their company as Mike and I are.
Holy cow! I have been running around all day, trying to teach them with my “herding stick” – a wooden yardstick that gently guides them back where they belong.
Jimmy, my little friend who comes every year a few times, has the job but he is not always here. I need a little person to fill in for him. The pay is pretty good, just ask Jimmy who leaves here every trip with a check from the Wayfarer for his efforts to keep the birdbath in the driveway.
Any kids staying with us this summer, apply PLEASE, heehee
The little guy in the picture is Jimmy, the big guy is Joey his older brother.
Have a grrrrrand day, everyone 🙂