Surely there is more to talk about than the weather. Our recent 2-day Spring storm sure felt more like a winter storm. Here in Kempt Head the Nor-Easter brought us 91 km/hr winds, over 20 cm of snow and some rain which gave us the bonus ice. Today’s Nor-Easter is a freezing rain event.
Storm – Day One
Storm – Day 2
And, that’s enough about that.
Holger and I started some tomatoes, onions and leeks this week. That should help turn the weather around.
We spent this past Friday night and Saturday volunteering at Drummond United Church. They host an annual Roast Beef Dinner fundraiser. Friday night we helped peel potatoes and set up the tables. On Saturday I was one of smiling servers, Dave helped dish out the food and Holger worked tirelessly with Judith as they washed and dried a never-ending mountain of dishes. Although not members, it is a great way for us to help contribute to our community.
I also wanted to let you know that I have added another Bed and Breakfast Package. This one is called the “Come for the Sunset Get-away”. We have partnered with Fitzgerald’s Restaurant for the dinner portion and some local businesses for the in-room picnic basket.
For more info on this package please visit the website: Come for the Sunset Getaway
There has been some interest in having a farm experience package added to the mix. I am going to pursue this and see how we can make this work within our Bed and Breakfast criteria.
So that’s it for now. My next task today is get my photography portfolio organized so I can submit it to the Cape Breton Centre of Craft and Design for product assessment. I am both curious and terrified of what the pro’s are going to say about my work.
I am going to leave you with a picture of the post-storm horses and this short video: Happy Horses
Until next time,