Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Spring, Summer, then Back to Spring

The weather is confused, the plants are confused, and the squirrels are confused. (Of course, who can really tell with squirrels!) We've gone from 40 degrees to 90 degrees and then back to 35 degrees.

But you know what, it doesn't matter at the Greenville Arms 1889 Inn and all the wonderful places to visit in our region. The forsythia is still a brilliant yellow.


The perennial flowers are coming up.


And the Dalmatians are still lovable!


This is a salt and pepper set that I bought at the Fly Creek Cider Mill in Cooperstown on our day trip last week. I'm always on the look out for new additions for my Dalmatian collection that we have on display in the built-in cabinets in our dining room.


Yes, that is a token Ridgeback figure in with the Dalmatians! I've had Dalmatians since I was 15 years old and have been collecting the figures for quite a while, too. Our current Dalmatian, Hudson, is number 6. We also have Rhodesian Ridgeback, Bree, who is Hudson's best buddy.

They are both wonderful inn dogs and are very friendly, having grown up from puppies at the inn. If you stay at the inn, you may get a chance to greet them when we take them out for walks on their leashes.

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