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Category Archives: At the Inn

These pictures are worth 6,000 words….

We’ve now wrapped up our photo contest  and, with half the year gone, want to look back and share. We are once again amazed at the diversity, beauty and love that is evident in the submissions. People captured nature, each other and, of course, Woodstock in their pictures. And it was a joy looking at them, remembering[…]

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Earth Day beauty

If you haven’t seen them yet, check out NASA’s latest images of Earth.  They include not just pictures of the big blue marble, but also images of land formations that replicate letters – here’s the letter “Y”  which stands for yardangs – elongated land forms sculpted by erosion. Wow. Talk about humbling. Maybe we should[…]

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Springing into beauty

Ahh, longer days are the magic elixir of spring. While a lost hour’s sleep is missed for a day or two (or three the older I get!) the joy of late afternoon daylight can’t be beat. It’s so wonderful to have that time after work, when the days are still warm and it’s such a[…]

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Warming up to a new normal?

So, last winter was one for the books – snow, snow, snow and cold, cold, cold. Who’d have ever thought we’d miss THAT? Well, we don’t necessarily miss the incessant freeze, must admit it’s a bit strange this year, with only one decent snow fall, that has since melted. And, with no shadow being sighted[…]

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Spring’s magic now appearing in Woodstock

After this long, long winter – even for those of us who love winter – this Spring is a treasured gift. Each bud, each bloom seems to be a reminder of the beauty and magic of life. It’s as if the gardens are a 3-D painting, with colors magically appearing, where the canvas before was[…]

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Angelina truly is…JOLIE!

Many  years ago I met two “kids” who started coming to Woodstock and (lucky for me) chose the Woodstock Inn on the Millstream as their place to stay.  Regina & Mike quickly became regulars and visited on average 3-5 times a year…and so…they joined what I call my Woodstock Inn “family.”  The family is not[…]

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Last minute plans? No problem.

It seems winter weather has a way of changing people’s plans. Lately, we had many calls from people wanting to book a same-day stay, but our computer wouldn’t give them that option. Well, we’ve changed that. During our winter season we’re offering same day booking on our website. We’ll see how it goes now, in[…]

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Enjoy the calm (and savings) of winter

Winter is an amazing time here in Woodstock. The mountain air is so fresh, the skiing is enjoyable – whether you opt for downhill or cross country. Hiking trails are not crowded, and snowshoeing is a perfect option if Mother Nature works her white magic on us. But the real joy of this season is[…]

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Karen’s secret ingredient revealed

This holiday season we are sharing one of the most sought after items at the Inn: Karen’s recipe for her delicious Banana-Blueberry bread. It’s always a special treat when she makes it as part of our breakfast offerings, but guests have been wanting to recreate this taste of Woodstock when they return home. The response[…]

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Snow thankful

Every once in a while we become silly and think we can control things. We plan. We schedule. We prepare. And, nature has its way. So it is this Thanksgiving in the Hudson Valley. We’re humbled and amazed at the beauty that has descended upon us with this snow storm. Yes, some are still scrambling[…]

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