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December 9, 2010 / coalstovesinkguest

Wild and Wonderful

The cabin is very spacious, clean and elegantly designed with a king size bed with plenty of blankets. There are also a lot of musical instruments in the room. If you are a music lover, you can stay up all night testing your musicality. I chose to enjoy the bar instead. The bar is better than some of the most high profile restaurants in New York City. Not to mention the delicious dinner and breakfast. I got to sit in front of a fire, sip on different types of bourbons (sort of bourbon tasting if you will) and chat for hours with the host and his family. I was having so much fun that the time just flew by. It was a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Waking up in the morning to a sun or smell the freshness in the air is something I have missed for such a long time as I don’t get that in my apartment in the city. There is something in the air that makes you feel so fresh and lively. Overall, It was like experiencing all the excitement of living in the nature, yet having all the comforts of home.

I wish I could stay longer and enjoy the beauty and the hospitality for few more days but I am quite certain, I will be going back there again and this time at least for a weekend.



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  1. showertaker / Dec 13 2010 9:46 am

    On Bourbons Currently Stocked in the Bar

    The Bourbon collection is relatively new and is the direct result of a foray into good bourbon spearheaded by my friend and compatriot Sammy. We have (in reverse order of goodness as ranked by me):
    Makers Mark
    Wild Turkey 17
    Knob Creek
    Eagle Rare
    Woodford Reserve
    Pappy van Winkle 15 (really 19)
    Eagle Rare 17
    William Larue Weller
    Pappy van Winkle 23

    The collection continues to grow. Currently searching for some George T Stagg.

  2. Sammy / Dec 14 2010 1:28 am

    I (the Sammy of which you speak) would be happy to spare some George T. Stagg for our next work session. Perhaps even some Four Roses (Single Barrel and Mariage) and some Rock Hill Farms as warm-ups.

    It may be time for another trip to San Francisco to hit up Cask and John Walker & Company.

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