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Lovely place to stay! Dieter gave us the best advice about how to spend our limited time here. We are in awe of the beauty of the...
- Patricia Bender & Judy Kelly
Thank you for the lovely accomodations, very warm and welcoming. Loved the bathroom. I will be coming back.
- Doll/Conners
What an amazing place, the sunrises, the wake-up calls from the geese, yummy breakfasts with special paestries !!  and pancakes,...
- Anne & Peter
Amazing location! Will have to come back again and will be recommending to others! Lots of wildlife to see! Thanks for your...
- Nicki & Steve
After a visit to the lighthouse, this was a very convenient place to stay for a couple of days. Thanks for the suggestion to eat at...
- Kevin and Marilyn
Mmm... what a luxurious place. Laying in bed and watching the changing sky, seeing the otters play, and hearing the birds sing. This...
- Susannah and Chris
This has been a wonderful place to celebrate our honeymoon! We could not have imagined anything more perfect. Many thanks for your...
- Jeff & Elizabeth Lucas
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...
What a luxurious experience! The robes were the cherry on the top! Thanks.
- Sam and Carley
What a beautiful piece of paradise! The Ridley's could not have chosen a more comfy lodging for us and we enjoyed it tremendously!...
- Lloyd and Rosemary Bolton

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.