Category Archives: Red Chair Travels

Moving on to Jackson

After breakfast Mary Ann & I headed over to the Thorn Hill Inn in Jackson – the next stop on my New England tour.  I’ve had a great time with Mary Ann and am looking forward to my stay at … Continue reading

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Day Five – Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day!  After guests were served another yummy breakfast, Mary Ann and I headed down to Reflection Pond just below the B & B – it did not live up to its name today but it is beautiful!  We … Continue reading

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Day Four

Well, it rained today so the AT was not going to happen – wouldn’t want my paint to peel.  We did however take some photos with Mary Ann’s cat Sophie and one of the many quilts she (Mary Ann, not … Continue reading

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Day Three – September 1st!

Wow – the first day of September already – time flies!  First some photos with the “Bucket Head Lady”  – Mary Ann’s sister-in-law Trish and her brother Bill built the Bucket Head Lady for her last year and the idea … Continue reading

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Day Two

Mary Ann had a busy day today preparing breakfast for guests who are hiking Mt. Washington today.  I chatted with them while she prepared them her Granola Pancakes (made with Mary Ann’s homemade granola).  Then we headed up to clean … Continue reading

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Day One

Day One I arrived today at the Mt. Washington Bed & Breakfast after a lovely stay at the Briar Lea Inn in Bethel, Maine.   I was greeted by Mary Ann and her dog Lulu – Lulu and I posed for … Continue reading

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The Red Chair is here!!!!

Lulu officially welcoming the Red Chair! Today the Red Chair arrived after its stay at the Briar Lea Inn in Bethel, Maine.  Lulu officially welcomed the chair to its stay here at the Mt. Washington Bed & Breakfast.  Over the … Continue reading

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