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This has been a great place to stay. The scenery is tranquil, the birds we have encountened are remarkable and our stay has been...
- Family Crawford
What a magical spot you have here! Dave and I loved our little getaway. The canoe rides and hot tub were just perfect. Thank you again...
- Darcie and Dave
What a great place to spend a vacation and get away from the hussle and bussel of the USA. We enjoyed hiking in the woods along the...
- Gary & Janet
Happy New Year! We don't want to go back... can we just stay here? 33 years that we have been married and life gets busy... we...
- Jim and Judi
Thanks for a lovely stay, the location and Sarah's yummy breakfasts were perfect. 
- The Slaughter Family
Thank you so much for the wonderful staycation. We only live down the road by Millstream, but it felt like we were on a vacation a...
- Stacia and Peter
Beautiful place. Definitely will be back! God Bless. 
- Aaron
It was our first time here and well worth the visit! We will be back again. Everything from the B&B to the view and company was...
- Shelly and Barry
Dieter, Paphada and Debbie Thank you for your hospitality. It has been a pleasant experience and allowed us to see a whole new side of...
- Debra
We had a wonderful time! The dogs were great. We will certainly come again!
- Kim & John

White Peaks on Toast

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Separate eggs, saving the yolks in one half of the shell. The shell may be supported in a cup or dish.

Add salt to the whites, a scant 1/8 tsp. per white. Beat the whites until stiff and glossy. Pile the whites on rounds or squares of toast placed on a cookie sheet. Make a hollow in each with the back of a spoon. Drop an egg yolk into each hollow. Bake in a hot oven 400 degrees F until whites are lightly browned, 8 to 10 minutes. Serve at once with bacon or sausage on the side.