Exciting Times

Much work has been done around here that is not visible to the eye until you click this link  Wayfarer .   My web guy, Jim, at  ATI Consulting and my friend, Kirby at Woolly Mammoth  have helped me greatly with this task.  I have been meaning to change things up for a very long time and now it’s finally happening.

Without further ado, here is the first glimpse of the new look.

Wayfarer Cottages

Please let me know what you think.  I thought that the colors convey a sense of water, sun and fun.  I hope we got it right.

Not everything is in place yet but we will roll it out over the weekend anyway 🙂 errrr…..I think

Guest requests

This is what happens when you talk about your day/season to your family.  They will go and tell other people over dinner and then those people have fun with it.  I wonder if this could be classified as “Schadenfreude”.
The following email made me fall off my chair laughing   😀

Remember it is mid August – this year the season has been long and the special requests plenty…

“Good evening,
I do trust you can meet my needs. I require a cozy cabin for one night only, Friday, Labor Day weekend. It would be well if it has a hot tub, but if not I can bring my own. Do make sure to lay in a good supply of olive oil soap, please. I insist on 800 count Egyptian cotton sheets, preferably rinsed twice in aged balsamic vinegar and dried in the sun. My two pit bulls will be with me, but worry not, they haven’t bitten anyone but the mailman in weeks. –
How the heck are you, Iris? Rita and I hope to make it up there for a weekend in September. BTW, I just fed your long suffering sis-in-law. She managed, in her weakened condition, mind you, to consume several shrimp, an ear of sweet corn, a couple of tomatoes, a large NY strip steak, and a martini or two. Do you suppose I can write her off as a dependent?
Warmly,
Michael”

And here is my answer:

“Dear Michael and Rita,

Please do claim my sister in law as a dependent. It seems that she has consumed as much food as a Laotian family would need to survive for an entire year. Come, come and spend some time here, I need new material for the blog. Incidentally cabin 5 is available for the weekends of Sept. 18-20 and 25-27.
The damn laundry is being prepared for your arrival, I will see that we get the best champagne vinegar money can buy – balsamic stains  😉 “

What good is it all if you can’t have fun, right?  This was fun and after the day I had yesterday – welcome nonsense!