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What a wonderful place! We very much enjoyed your hospitality, the comfortable room, watching the birds on the lagoon and exploring...
- Peter
Wonderful !! 
- Chris & Laura
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit in your lovely B&B. Food was great (thanks Holly) and Dieter's directions were top notch. We will...
- Jack and Lynda McGarth
We had a wonderful stay. The room has such a beautiful view over the bay. With the weather a little chilly we enjoyed having the...
- Sue and Doug Weston
Above and beyond! The food, the hospitality, the accommodations. Everything was excellent. A great way to end our holiday-Relaxing!...
- Julie and Dan
We were married in the morning on Saturday in our church in the mountains of north Georgia. After a long flight to Seattle and a ferry...
- Sally & Ric
Today we are a bit sad as we are leaving this wonderful place. We have experienced so many amazing things during our stay. What a...
We came for a dear friend's wedding at Hatley Castle and were very pleased with our stay here. Amazing view, lovely property, very...
- MARK & CARIE
Loved the view, room, food and cleanliness of the BnB. Dieter was very helpful. Thanks for a wonderful stay.
- Connie and Fred
Thanks for a lovely stay! Nice to know that we can have a babysitter and escape down the road to a waterfront romantic getaway with a...
- Maggie

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.