Relaxing Quiet Just What We Needed
Upon entering the camp (that's what cabins are called) I was taken back to childhood memories of summer bungalows on a lake (elsewhere in Vermont). Everything was how I would have created it. We were able to disconnect from our busy schedules and sit back. Near by attractions were just right for us, antiques, museums and unique eateries. The camp provided us with the comforts to relax, to cook and dine, and to sleep through the night. Fans were adequate for the unexpected heat wave (before Memorial Day), but the cabin has air conditioning if needed. We found it clean and tidy. Our phones told us there was WiFi, but we never asked for the access key, and relaxed knowing we would not be spending time "connected." We were able to use the phones as phones (text). We listened to geese on the lake, chipmunks in the trees, and the lapping of Lake Champlain on the rocks below. We watched with fascination as two diving birds, that could have been cormorants, performed just outside the living room window. The porch, cooled by a slight breeze, suited us for knitting and wood carving. Michael and Heidi ps: we left an LED nightlight that was helpful navigating an unfamiliar space in the dark. Three marvelous sunsets capped each day.
Nestled In The Pine Trees, On The Shore Of Lake Champlain