This cabin in the woods had everything! It was fantastic! The word "cabin" makes me think of rustic – logs in the fireplace, perhaps no indoor plumbing – ha!
Not this cabin. It was absolutely beautiful, with all the comforts of home. The young people were generous enough to let my husband and me have the master bedroom suite upstairs. So we had our own private bath and were away from the noise if we wanted to sleep a little later. There was a game room downstairs where the kids played most of the time... when they weren't in the hot tub.
On Saturday, we visited a quaint little town with a carnival-like atmosphere just for fun. There was one main street lined with specialty shops and places to eat and drink all along the way. We stopped at an ice cream shop and indulged ourselves with large cups of ice cream and went to a little park right in the center of town and ate it while sitting on a bench in the sun watching the kids play. It was nice. Later, my daughters and I got hot spiced cider to warm us up. About six o'clock, we finally ordered pizza and took it back to the cabin. It was a most enjoyable day!
The only thing that would have made it better was if we could have stayed a couple more days. Like most good things, it just didn’t last long enough!
Add this to my list of beautiful memories.
This is such a nice description of your weekend Peggy.
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