As I walked up to Hummingbird (#6 for all who have stayed at the Wayfarer), a card was clipped to the door addressed to “Iris”.
“Dear Iris, I figured you would never forget the two ladies who traveled all the way from Florida for a wedding that got cancelled the day of.” –
Indeed, I will not forget these ladies, a mother and daughter who could not have been nicer, more appreciative or happy. They made the best of the situation and enjoyed this beautiful area.
I may forget what is on my personal calendar some days, but I rarely forget a guest.
I know – strange, LOL
On the rare occasion, when I have time to go into Frankfort during summer, I can never find a parking space. Neither can you.
One could be tempted to park in someone’s driveway, but that wouldn’t be prudent. Instead, you drive around and around, when lo and behold, there is a spot open, maybe even 2 or 3 spots.
You can almost always find a nice spot BEHIND City Hall and/or the City Marina a block west of City Hall. And when you discover these lovely spots, you get to walk through the tiniest of gardens to get to Main Street.
The Frankfort city garden
See the blue awning? Good – next to it is my favorite clothing store “Hull’s of Frankfort”
Today, a new guest told me that he loves reading this blog. I told him that since I rarely left the property, I didn’t feel I had anything more to contribute. But for all of you who are not following us on facebook, I could tell you about happenings in the area and news from the Wayfarer anyway. Let me know in the comments if you are interested in anything in particular.
Starting today, I will continue and see where that takes me.
I found and posted a picture of an oil painting of a stretch of M-22 around Crystal Lake, by David Westerfield to our facebook page. You should see it too