Saturday, August 13, 2011

There Was No Room At the Inn...

...the Fireside Inn
...the Holiday Inn Express
...the Great American Inn
...the Days Inn

...and Why?
c o n s t r u c t i o n   w o r k e r s
I was afraid we might have to sleep in our pick up!


Luckily for us, a fishing resort is not too busy on the weekdays, and we were able to get a room there.
Pretty sure, it was meant to be.
Cause, this was my morning view!
 
While we not completely prepared for camping and fishing,
the beautiful Woodland Resort was peaceful, serene...
The camp store provided complimentary coffee 
and I was able to check messages on their patio.
I felt a bit guilty enjoying this early morning setting,
while I was supposed to be helping my mom.
But it was the perfect get-away place...

Wishing all of you a peaceful weekend.
Take care,
~Natalie

10 comments:

Tina Eudora said...

I think it was meant to be also Natalie, what a beautiful spot....sigh...I wish I was there today with you guys enjoying that view!
Have a super weekend!
Tina xo

Vicky said...

Awwwww, I could see myself enjoying that every morning!! Glad you were able to find that little 'treasure'!

M said...

Oh the photos are beautiful!
Enjoy!

Pam said...

What a beautiful place!

Linda said...

What a neat place to stay! Devils Lake looks like a beautiful area.

Just happened on your blog last night and have enjoyed reading your posts. I've also taken a several looks at your Etsy items--they are lovely and unique!

Joyce said...

What a beautiful little spot!

Oklahoma Granny said...

There were a lot of "ooohs! and aahhhs!" to be heard as I looked at your photos. What a beautiful place to rest and relax.

Busy Bee Suz said...

Oh, that looks just delightful!!!

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

How wonderful that you found such a beautiful place to stay!
Prim Blessings
Robin

Willoughby said...

You were fortunate to find such a beautiful place to stay! I'm sure it was much more scenic than any other hotel/motel in the area.

The last time we were in a similar situation (where all the hotels in the area were full), we ended up at a pretty dismal place. I'm so glad you didn't have the same experience!