Just a few months ago, I was sitting on my deck at home with Ray drinking coffee when we spotted a bald eagle. I can’t begin to tell you how exhilarating it was to see our country’s national symbol – the bald eagle – perched in a tree in our back yard. Bald eagles are … Read More
Posts Tagged: bird watching
There is such beauty and awe when winter comes. The cooler temps and occasional snow move us more indoors but give us plenty of time for genuine reflection and true guidance. I especially love winter at the inn. Inside it’s warm and toasty with a wonderful fireplaces; mugs of coffee, tea and cocoa; and time … Read More
I believe one of the best bird watching places on the globe is right here in Hot Springs. One of the most effective ways to still your thoughts and slow down is to sit for a while and simply enjoy watching birds. Observing these fascinating creatures, especially in fall and winter, and paying attention to … Read More
Thanks to our recent guest, Melanie, we have incredible new photos from our gardens, and we just have to share them with you! With a little patience and a watchful eye, you will be treated to the wonder of ever changing beauty in the gardens of our inn. We would love to welcome you to … Read More
In a stroll through the gardens on this fine day, the blooms are truly eye candy. Besides the magnolias, hydrangeas, gardenias, Brazilian verbena, lilies, and butterfly bush, our feathered friends provided amusement. Cardinals, ducks “Ricky & Lucy”, finches, mourning doves, robins, and scores of other birds were feasting, playing, and bathing in the gardens. The … Read More
Recently we welcomed an ornithologist to our bed and breakfast. Within an hour of his arrival at the inn, he was able to spot many different birds.
The inn’s gardens are bursting forth with beauty, and the New York Examiner blog agrees. Check it out at Garden Variety at a Bed & Breakfast. We’re delighted to be included in the article.
For five years Ricky and Lucy have arrived by mid-March. Last week we wondered, where are they? These lovely mallards returned to their summer “home” in time to delight guests at the Innkeeper’s Reception on Friday. Each year, these two become a bit more brave, although as you can tell from the photo Lucy still … Read More