|Inn at Buck Hollow Farm Newsletter|
Hi again everyone. Gizmo
Speaking of soft white snow. My long white fur creates great cover.
Almost makes me invisible. Unfortunately some have mistaken me for
the abominable snowman. A few have simply called me abominable. Finally Mom and
Dad have asked me to remind you again of our spring
special. Until April 1 we're running a "threefer". Stay for three
nights and pay for only two. Such a deal !
Speaking of soft white snow. My long white fur creates great cover. Almost makes me invisible. Unfortunately some have mistaken me for the abominable snowman. A few have simply called me abominable.
Finally Mom and Dad have asked me to remind you again of our spring special. Until April 1 we're running a "threefer". Stay for three nights and pay for only two. Such a deal !
Banana Pecan Pancakes with Maple Butter
2 cups buttermilk
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking soda
4 Tbs sugar
1/2 cup pecans, toasted & finely ground
1/2 stick unsalted butter, melted
3 bananas, sliced in 1/4-inch circles
Maple Butter, recipe follows:
1/4 cup pure maple syrup
2 Tbs honey
snow..snow..and more SNOW!!`
Dog Sled Adventures at Smuggs
Experience the thrill of a dog sled ride! This year Smuggs offers off-site Dogsled tours. Experience the exhilaration of soaring through scenic meadows and pristine woodlands, led by an eager team of Alaskan Huskies.
Mush! Wondering what to do on that off day from the slopes? Here's an option that will give you plenty to talk about back at the office. Dog sledding. If you've never been dog sledding it's time for an new exciting experience. If you've already been, you know why it's time to go again. You'll visit a working kennel tucked in Vemont's best snowbelt with ten miles of private trails kept exclusively for dog sledding. The kennel of twenty-five Alaskan Huskies live to run and pull. All the dogs are racing and working dogs. Come see what it's like to take a ride with these amazing animals, or dare to drive your own team.
Mid winter sled dog racers are a great way to get a look at this colorful sport, but you can also experience the adventure of winter travel with dogs first hand. Several outfitters in Vermont offer dog sledding tours. The day starts with a quick introduction to the basics of mushing - dog commands, how to maneuver the sled and more. Then you hop on the sled along side an experienced musher, and you're off behind a team of 8, 10 or even 12 huskies who were literally born to run. Now the fun begins. Picture yourself as the leader of the Iditerod, mushing into the wilderness against all odds. Or, try the ancient art of ski-joring, where you ski across a snowy field pulled by a team of dogs.
Call 802-635-9070 or visit
Notch Nordic Center for pricing information or to make reservations.
VERMONT EVENTS February 2007
"Thank you for one of the most relaxing get-away we have ever had. Though it was just a two day stay, it was the perfect break from work. The beds were comfortable, the hot tub with the light falling snow was magical, the breakfast was wonderful, and snowshoeing through the woods on a "moose hunt" was a great way to escape from our busy lives. Thanks for everything...especially from our favorite dogs & cats!" The Gang from CT
"It snowed just in time! We had a weekend of true winter. Gizmo , Utah, Cheri and the gang were excellent hosts!!" Laura and Rob,