Monthly Archives: June 2011

Bugs. Earwig just sounds disgusting!

The bug pictured to your right is an earwig. They are disgusting! Just nasty! And they seem to thrive in the dark recesses of every home in America. Not in the houses literally, but under outside tarps, rabbit hutches, and … Continue reading

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The Orchard House website. Redesigned.

If you have a quick second,¬†or even a minute or two, visit the newly re-designed Orchard House website – www.orchardhousegranville.com. It’s sharp and sleek, and somethin’ special! You can book a room now from almost any page! Just check the … Continue reading

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Hay.

Hay is a beast. You need it, and yet you don’t grow it. It’s like dog food, or wine, only in larger quantities, and in bales, that are kept together with string. Actually, I think we do grow hay. I’m … Continue reading

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Country. And other words I hate.

I don’t understand the word “country” as it’s used in today’s world. Sure, I love America and it’s a country. But when someone says “you’re country,” what does that mean? Country, like city, is a place. Not a lifestyle. Plenty … Continue reading

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Full House.

Today, Orchard House is full. We have a full house – like the sitcom of my youth. Minus, of course, the sketchy comedic uncle in the basement . We have a water purifier down there, and lots of spiders. But … Continue reading

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