Online Edition No.26 January 2006
Newsletter Title
                                      Inn at Buck Hollow Farm Newsletter


Hi everyone - Gizmo here

Mom and Dad are scardie cats. They worry when I walk with guests 
( mud,  porcupines etc),  they worry when I go to the road ( I stand 
in front of oncoming cars because I know they're coming to see me) 
and they worry that I'll disappear like Isham did. OK.  They're 
parents and that's what parents do.  But I'm not a kid any more and I 
can take care of myself.  SO FORGET THIS INVISIBLE FENCE THING !!!  I don't like it,  I don't want it.  And I'll never go outside again  if they persist (a grownup word).  They've already seen how I react so let's forget it ever happened.

Anyhow,  I want to remind you that you don't need to schlep out on a 
cold night to get something to eat.  Mom makes a terrific homemade 
pizza for guests,  plus a pasta dinner with a choice of sauce,  
rolls,  salad and home made maple ice cream for desert.  Or,  if 
you're like me you can pass pizza/pasta,  do not collect calories,  and go directly to ice cream.



"Thank you for your kind hospitality. This is truly the beautiful part of Vermont. The breakfasts were awesome"! Brigette & Phil

"It was great to get together here with our family- very comfortable & great food. Thanks for the quiet laid-back atmosphere " Jane & Tim





After four and a half years of smiles,  devoted loyalty and complete reliability,  our manager Brenda has decided to take on another 
challenge.  Her family has acquired a general store in Jeffersonville on condition that Brenda be their manager.  They could not have made a better choice,  though their gain is certainly our loss.  

We can not say enough (and our guest comment books confirm this) about how much we appreciate all she has done over these years.  Not only has 
she survived every challenge we threw in her direction,  she created 
many tasks of her own,  finding a way to complete those successfully 
as well. 

As a final task she has trained her own successor,  Cheri 
Audet who began full time this week.  Cheri's daughter Jeanine worked 
here for several years during high school so we knew the kind of work 
ethic to expect.  We realize that
Cheri has large footsteps to follow 
and look forward to many years together.  We know that those of you 
who have met Brenda will join us in offering many thanks and best 
wishes for her new venture.

Brad & Jacquie


1 stick (1 1/4 cup) unsalted butter
1 cup packed brown sugar (dark)
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1 loaf 8-9 " diameter round style bread
5 large eggs
1 1/2 cups half and half
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon Grand Marnier Liquor
1/4 teaspoon salt

1. Melt butter in a small saucepan over medium heat. Mix in brown sugar and corn syrup, stirring until sugar is dissolved. Pour into a 9x13 inch baking dish.
2. Remove crusts from bread, and arrange in the baking dish in a single layer. In a small bowl, whisk together eggs, half and half, vanilla extract, orange brandy, and salt. Pour over the bread. Cover, and chill at least 8 hours, or overnight.
3. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Remove the dish from the refrigerator, and bring to room temperature.
4. Bake uncovered 35 to 40 minutes in the preheated oven, until puffed and lightly browned


The Penguin Plunge, February 11th You'd have to be crazy to jump in Lake Champlain in February! Crazy about Special Olympics, that is. Join 800 brave souls with warm hearts in the 11th Annual Penguin Plunge for Special Olympics Vermont. Take the Plunge on February 11th at Waterfront Park in Burlington, during Burlington's Winter Festival. You can earn great prizes while raising money for Special Olympics Vermont.

For More Information, Contact:
Phone: (802) 863-5222 ext. 106
Web Site:

February 10-11, Burlington
Burlington Winter Festival:
A celebration of winter: Vermontís own sanctioned snow sculpture competition, family activity expo, snowshoe obstacle course, outdoor playground and entertainment. For More Information, Contact:
Phone: (802) 864-0123
Web Site:

February 11-12th, Essex Junction
Rock Maple Snow-Cross Snowmobile Racing Series:
The excitement and thrills of full-throttle snowcross snowmobile racing is expected to fill the Champlain Valley Exposition's Coca-Cola Grandstand on Saturday and Sunday Feb. 11-12.
Rock Maple Racing's (RMR) two-day event at CVE is part of a 10-week racing circuit.



2/16/2006 - 2/26/2006

Revel in an atmosphere of light and warmth in the middle of winter. This 11-day festival features hundreds of exceptional gastronomic and wine tasting activities, shows, exhibits, concerts and a free outdoor illuminated site (from Thursday to Sunday).

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