herbs for winter As the nights get colder we have been picking a winters worth of herbs for teas and for medicinal use. Pictured here; Thyme, 4 different mints, sage, savory and Calendula flowers After these herbs have dried they will be mixed with others for mint tea, lemon balm tea, Calendula oil, culinary mixtures for flavoring soups and casseroles. Visit our blog for recipes and ideas. www.thymeinthecountrybandb.com
This is the mother of all antique/vintage lighting stores. It in itself is a destination for anyone needing vintage or antique lighting. When you walk in it takes a few moments to realize just how many lighting possibilities there are for you to choose from. The prices are reasonable and the selection can be overwhelming so be sure you have plenty of time and Money because you will probably find more than you ever thought you could use here.
Don't expect any extras unless you pay extra. They charged for the WiFi which is hard to imagine and it did not work more than half the time. They charge for coffee in the morning and the room is basic. Bedding, amenities,quality of bedding and pillows are no better than your average roadside quality Inn. I would try another place before I ever go back there.