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Great place to stay in very beautiful surroundings. The girls had great fun on the paddleboat but I definitely struggled in the canoe...
- Bev, Colin, Abi and Zoe
A whole day and 2 nights to enjoy this beautiful B&B. We stayed here most of the day enjoying the deck and scenery, the flowers,...
- Ray and Lenn
A beautiful enviroment and a wonderful new beginning. Thank you for adding to our memory bank. We will be back.
- Debra & Bruce
Really good breakfasts,Cool rooms, good owners.It's really fun staying here. We hoped we could stay longer and stay here.
- The Goodwin Family
We have had a wonderful 4 day visit! It seems that every minute was filled with special things- Many of which were Dieter's...
- Herb & Rosiland
My Name is Leslie, & my pal Diane took me here for my birthday. What a beautifule area to come visit with such a lovely place,...
- Leslie
We came here for a romantic getaway from our busy lives - and thats exactly what we got! Thank you for the wonderful breakfast - we...
- Jill and Tom
Thank you again for this very nice stay.  We will come back
- Ingrid and Andreas
Thank you for making our weekend getaway so enjoyable. Both the surroundings and accommodations are absolutely beautiful! We took your...
- Chel & Lisa
Thank you for your hospitality - waffles with ice cream - how unique and delicious!  
- Frank & Dianne

Blueberry Marmalade

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3cups blueberries, fresh / frozen
3 cups sugar
2 limes
1 lemon
1/4 teaspoon ginger, ground

1. Peel limes & lemon, being careful to take only the colored part of the peel, not the white.
2. Slice the peel into strips.
3. Put the peel into a small saucepan and cover with water. Boil for 15 minutes then drain.
4. Place the berries, sugar, juice of the limes and lemon, boiled peel and the ginger into a large non-reactive saucepan.
5. Cook over medium heat until the mixture reaches the jelling stage (220 F). Ladle into clean sterilized jars.
6. Seal according to manufacturer's instructions.