Courtyard Blossoms: April

Terri, Terri, quite contrary How does your garden grow? With bleeding hearts and origami, And tulip bulbs all in a row…

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Campaign to Fight Hunger

We’ve selected Minnesota Food Share for our Charity of the Month. Each March they hold the largest food and fund drive in the state of Minnesota, and during that month the donations stay in our local community. Our local church, Hope Lutheran, is supporting this campaign, and so we wanted to add our support. Here’s…

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Local Entreprenuer: Vickie Loftus, Sterling Silver Jewelry

As entrepreneurs, we love to support other entrepreneurs. Our previous neighbor has followed this dream, and started her own business as a Sterling Silver Jewelry Consultant. In fact, this isn’t the first time we’ve followed dreams together - as we sold our house in Prior Lake prior to coming to Jordan, our real estate agent moved…

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Introducing New Seasonal Rates

It seems everyone is talking and thinking about the economy these days. The days of spending on a whim and putting off thinking about it until tomorrow are a thing of the past, and probably for the best. Getting back to the basics of what really matters in life has become a priority to many…

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3rd Place in Recycled Art Contest!

The summer has flown by – I’ve been remiss at keeping up with this blog, so I’ll be spending the next few days catching up on some of the summer’s highlights. During the Jordan Art Festival, the Recycled Art Contest III was sponsored by 225 Water Street and The Vinery Floral, and I submitted an…

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Crystals Restored to Art Festival Arbor

The crystals have been returned to the Arbor we purchased at the 2007 Jordan Art Festival! Greeting you as you enter the courtyard garden, the crystals send rainbow lights dancing through the gardens. When we first brought the arbor into the courtyard, we didn’t have it anchored down. Strong wind blowing through the courtyard would knock…

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Our House Finch Babies

Last year a Robin built a nest in the rafters of our Kitchen porch. We never did get any pictures – I had grand visions of setting up a wireless webcam to watch them, but never did. We left the nest untouched through the winter in hopes there would be new occupants this spring. And…

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Welcome to Our New Blog!

We hope you enjoy this new blog site soon to be full of the musings of an innkeeper!

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