Inn at Buck Hollow Farm Newsletter Online Edition No.20
July 2005
Hi, 

THANK YOU

We can not offer enough thanks for the dozens of letters we received offering kind thoughts about our loss of Isham (we still have no idea where he might have gone). Clearly many hearts were touched and more than a few personal losses remembered. Your letters meant a great deal to us, a few thoughts are quoted in a neighboring column.

Gizmo is both introducing and offering a few personal thoughts about the newest member of our family. We know you will love him just as we already do.

In this issue
  • New! Maple Ice Cream
  • Brad & Jacquie's Kitchen
  • Gizmo's Gossip
  • WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY!
  • Vermont Events July 2005
  • What's Happening in MONTREAL?

Brad & Jacquie's Kitchen

Basic Waffles

2 large eggs
1/2 cup melted butter
1 3/4 cups milk
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon sugar
4 tsp baking powder

1 Preheat waffle iron and spray lightly with oil. In a medium bowl, whisk eggs until foamy.
2 Whisk in melted butter and milk Add remaining ingredients and whisk until just smooth
3 Pour 3/4 cup batter onto hot waffle iron and bake 3-4 minutes. Serve immediately with toppings of your choice  Servings: 6

 

GIZMO'S GOSSIP

Hi Everyone. Gizmo here.

I've been told that I have been elected to introduce the newest member of our family. I've also been told that this is an honor. If so,  why did I see a series of winks and some fingers crossed behind 
backs. Nonetheless, being a dutiful son, I'll do my best to comply.

Please meet (and I guess I mean this) an adorable English Springer 
Spaniel with the name of UTAH. He turns 11 weeks on June 26.

It's a tossup as to which is harder, losing Isham or gaining Utah.  
First I had to listen to endless bickering about a name (as well as 
a name change) for this ever wiggling beast. Now I must also deal 
with a 10 pound creature who apparently thinks I'm God - a god whose ears always need pulling, a god whose legs are meant for climbing,  a god who needs (like medieval  kings), an official taste tester  and a god who needs close (very close) company wherever and whenever he moves.  Well buddy, this god has teeth, so BACK OFF MY DISH !

As a concession to necessity,  Mom and Dad had my very long fur  
shaved for the summer.  It's both cooler and provides less of a  grip 
for those sharp baby teeth that monster carries in his mouth.

Anyhow,  as the old saying goes - this too shall pass.

My best to our Northern neighbors for Canada Day and a Happy July 4th to the rest of you.

Love  Gizmo

WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY!

"Well...Where to Begin...? We traveled a lot through Canada and the US, but this is the nicest place we stayed during our entire journey." Viez & Konny, Dusseldorf, Germany

" We found an oasis of peace, sanity, warmth & charm" Tad & Paul, CA

VERMONT EVENTS JULY 2005

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SUNDAY, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m., Champlain Valley Exposition
Allman Brothers Band with.38 Special-
The allman brothers Band, with more than 30 albums to their credit, and southern rockers 38 Special will play the Coca-Cola Grandstand stage.

7/8/05 through 7/10/05, St.Johnsbury
St.Johnsbury Arts and Antiques Weekend- antique appraisals, flea market, art show, farmers market, train rides, crafts refreshments, music, and much more!

7/15/05 through 7/16/04, Burlington
13th Annual Vermont Brewers Festival
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Featuring 180 juried Vermont artisans.

7/20/05 through 7/23/05, Essex Junction
BMW Motorcycle Owners of America:
The 34th International Rally of BMW Motorcycle Owners of America will roll into Vermont in July 2006 and is expected to attract more than 7,000 motorcycle enthusiasts and their families to the three-day event,
                                       
More Vermont Events...

 
NEW! MAPLE ICE CREAM 

ARRIVING SOON AT A BUCK HOLLOW NEAR YOU

Over the past year many of you have already tasted and raved about Jacquie's home made pizza. We are about to introduce her latest creation.  Home made maple ice cream - a perfect desert after the pizza  (or at any other time). We need only to obtain those "Dixie cup" type of containers and we'll be ready to roll. Of course the only maple syrup we'll use is that which is made from our own sugar bush. Brad has taste tested many gallons and gives it a two thumbs up. We'll do our best to always keep an adequate supply.

Thank you for your kind words:

"Just a little word to say that I'm so sorry about your dog...You must have been really sad!? Because we could enjoy his company for a few days, it makes it that more sad...I love animals so much, I can understand how you must feel...sorry..."

"We're so sad to hear of Isham's flight! We so enjoyed his company the two times we have stayed with you. He was such a great snowy-trek-through-the-woods tour guide, rarely leaving our side and always patiently waiting for us to catch up."
 
"Isham and Gizmo both have a mention on our wedding website (we're marrying August 20th in Massachusetts) as being the best B and B companions! "
 "That makes me sad to hear about Isham. I looked forward to reading his part of the newsletter. I liked the prayer and will copy it and keep it."

Brad/Jacquie

The Montréal International Tango Festival
7/9/2005 - 7/17/2005
The Festival is back with a summer dedicated to music and orchestras in the parks. The Festival offers a great variety of tango music concerts and outdoor evenings open to everyone.
My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm in Therapy
7/12/2005 - 7/24/2005
Meet the family and everyone in between in this one actor play starring Steve Solomon using his wacky voices, sound effects and incredible dialects. Place des Arts
Montréal International Reggae Festival
7/15/2005 - 7/17/2005
The Festival is a three-day action-packed event that showcases over 100 artists/performers from Canada, Jamaica, the United States, England, Africa, Europe and around the world. It features mostly live reggae, as well as certain R&B, hip-hop, alternative, rock, jazz, Latin and world beat performances featuring some of today's biggest names in the music industry. The event also includes visual arts, poetry and dance.
Montréal Highland Games
7/31/2005 - A festival of Scottish music, dance and athletics. More than 60 boutiques offering traditional (and Canadian) food and Scottish souvenirs. Large beer tent with Celtic entertainment.
                                More Montreal Events...

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