Friday, August 20, 2010
Open Lighthouse Day Saturday, September 18, 2010 The U.S. Coast Guard, the State of Maine and the American Lighthouse Foundation are pleased to announce the second annual Maine lighthouse open house. Last year, hundreds of people visited lighthouses along the Maine coast in the largest effort of its kind in the nation. This year we expect another fun family event. The partnership with the Coast Guard, State of Maine and American Lighthouse Foundation is intended to increase awareness of Maine’s maritime heritage and the rich history of its lighthouses and lighthouse keepers. We are 30 minutes from Pemaquid Point Light House, it is a beautiful drive, and a great place to get lobster is on the way home. Come see us and enjoy the beauty of September in Maine.
Sunday, August 15, 2010
Maine is a beautiful place to have a wedding and this weekend was the perfect one for guests attending two different weddings. The inn was full of happy people ready to help the couples celebrate their special day. We have weddings at Clary Lake B & B every year and we have one coming up in October. It will be another beautiful time for Maine with the fall colors and the crisp air. The following is the guest review for this past weekend: Thank you so much for our second stay with you (1st in 2008). It feels like having old friends of kindred spirits. Thank you for sharing your lives and decicious breakfasts as well as listening to us go on. We look forward to coming again as I know we will. This was a perfect gathering for us siblings before we go our separate ways for a while. Thank you for providing the perfect enue for us. Anie Gller (Sowers, NY), Bill Hayden (Norwalk, CT) and Chris Hayden (Pennington, NJ and Leland, NC).
Sunday, August 1, 2010
Clary Lake Bed and Breakfast is having a busy and fun summer. We have had guests from many places in the USA, England, Denmark, and Canada. The summer has been beautiful with just the right amount of rain and plenty of sunshine. It is the best summer since we opened the in in 2004. The flowers have been abundant and the garden has already given us asparagus, greens, peas, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, cherries, zuchini, kale, brocoli, and herbs. The corn, tomatoes, squash, pumkins, and apples for pies and cider are to come We have enjoyed sailing and taking guest sailing. Our canoe and kayaks have gotten alot of use. We will be having our third guest wedding at the inn in October and we're looking forward to getting the gardens ready for a fall wedding. We are in the process of publishing recipes from our country breakfast menu for our guest to purchase. Also we have a friend that is a photographer that has supplied us with photo cards for guest to purchase