Thursday, May 29, 2008


Just got back from our yearly trip to Ashland on Memorial Day Weekend. I always have a good time but this year it was even better.

The B&B we stay at called Oak Hill was TOTALLY EMPTY! No guests but us. We got to pick the best room of the house. The hosts Tom and Pat originally from Minnesota are fun to visit with and we were able to talk with them each morning at breakfast by ourselves. They even invited us to have a glass of wine with them and their friends Sunday evening.

This year we only saw 3 plays because there were no plays on Sunday evening. So we went to Jacksonville and had dinner at the Jacksonville Inn. It made for a earlier evening. We also decided not to make the drive up apple valley on the way back home Monday so we got home at a decent hour. The entire weekend was a lot less exhausting and more relaxing than usual.


Marc Acito said...

What did you see? Inquiring minds want to know. We're going down 7/21. Guess you don't want to go again, huh?

Jeff & Chris said...

My favorite was The Clay Cart, but I think I am in the minority - most people say it is too long. But I like fairytale like story - and the set was amazing. We also saw an amazing version of Fences and lastly, Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter. Good play, but not my favorite.

Would love to go down again, but we HAVE to finish this book. Hope you have a great time. (We REALLY want to see A Midsummer Night's Dream - we hear it is fantastic. Have a great time.