We are excited to announce that we have started offering to-go lunches. One of our sandwiches is a chicken salad made with grapes and walnuts. The other sandwich we are offering is a peanut butter, jelly and brie sandwich. Both are offered on our homemade bread, with homemade granola bars, Goldfish crackers, fruit and a drink.
The inspiration for the chicken salad was from a sandwich I used to get at a restaurant called the Chancery. People from the Millville area might remember the Chancery. We used to go there a lot when I was in high school, and they had a chicken salad on croissant sandwich that had grapes and walnuts. I was very sad when they took it off their menu. I think they are no longer around, but I always loved this sandwich, and our version is just as delicious! The granola bars are also delicious. The Boo makes those, and they will change in flavor depending on what the Boo makes. We hope our guests will enjoy them as well.
We also rent out bear spray for $5.00 dollars a day (with a $15.00 dollar maximum) for guests staying multiple nights. If you rent it out for more than three days we only charge for three. For people that fly here, its a good deal, as you can’t bring bear spray on a plane. Its also a money saver as bear spray is expensive. And bear spray should be a priority for anyone hiking in the park. Bears are definitely no joke.
I also want to use this blog to do some updating on our policies. I am never quite sure what people expect when they visit us as far as what housekeeping we do for multiple night stays. I know that I have been at B and B’s that never came into our room, not even to change out the garbage. Some came in every day and made the bed. Our policy here is to change out the garbage and replace the towels. If a guest wants turn down service, we are more than happy to do that. If a guest requests that we not replace towels, etc, we are fine with that also. We are pretty flexible either way.
Finally, I just want to reiterate our smoking policy. There is no smoking on the property. At all, anywhere. I never want to come across as a meany or a stickler, but this is one policy I will not budge on. For several reasons. One is that we are in a semi arid area. We don’t water our grass, and I personally do not want a fire. As well, we have no ash trays so there is no where to dispose of your butts.
That wraps up another one of my soon to be famous blog posts.