Monthly Archives: March 2011

This old house.

I’ve been thinking recently. A dangerous past time I know. Living in an old house brings certain responsibilities. One must respect the character of the house, while also making it comfortable and modern. I’m sure they’re having these same thoughts … Continue reading

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Table for 8 please.

Well, well, well, what is this a picture of? It’s gorgeous. Nay, stupendous!  It must be located somewhere very fancy. Like a Vanderbilt palace. Perhaps Anderson Cooper’s penthouse. But it isn’t. They wish they had something so nice. This tables … Continue reading

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Ghosts. And other supernatural things.

Numerous people, including some current guests, have asked if Orchard House is haunted. Why not? Could be. But I haven’t seen anything. Except, of course, for that night when I awoke to see a man standing in my bedroom wearing … Continue reading

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Day One.

Did you see a little boy walking down your street ringing a bell this morning?  He wasn’t trying to bother you.  His message was simple.  ”Hear ye, hear ye, Orchard House Bed and Breakfast is open!  Rejoice!  Amen.”  It’s music … Continue reading

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Wine. And other wonderful things.

I’m drinking some wine tonight.  That, in itself, doesn’t make this night different than any other.  But the DirectTV isn’t working, and I’m listening to Adele’s 21.  It’s gorgeous.  She’s gorgeous.  I’m also sipping some tea, the new “Orchard House” … Continue reading

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