Guests of ours who come each year for the New England Auto Auction have started a new business called Muvbox. It is a storage container that turns into a mobile restaurant. Incredible!! Please check out the video….
Archive for August, 2009
From time to time, we have guests that are in the area to take painting workshops with local artists. For the past three years we’ve had a wonderful guest from NY named Karin Grouf who has stayed with us while taking classes with David Dewey’s Maine Masterclass. This morning, I found Karin in our backyward gazebo painting our cottage. I asked if I could photograph her work to share with you all and she graciously agreed. In the near future, original works of Karin’s will be available for purchase here at LimeRock Inn.
September is fast approaching! The leaves will start to change, the nights will be cool and the large crowds of people will be gone. There is still so much to do in Rockland. For the young at heart we are offering our Seniority Has Its Priviliges package durning the month of September. This three night package for travelers over the age of 55 is available Sunday through Thursday and offers a 25% discount off the standard room rate. It also includes museum passes, tours and so much more! Pleae click here for all the details.
I thought I would write about a wonderful guest of ours who visited last night. Sandi Cirillo is an art teacher and fiber artist from NY. Her business is called Especially For Ewe. She is making her way up the coast to Lubec and is giving some fiberart workshops along the way. Sandi has stayed with us about 6 times now, she feels like part of our family at this point. Please check out her website to see her work. The site contains her schedule of workshops. If you ever have the opportunity to attend one you won’t regret it.
We are now in our fifth year here at LimeRock Inn. During this time we have encountered so many wonderful people from all facets of life. It has been truly phenomenal.
Well, the 62nd Annual Maine Lobster Festival went by like a flash of lightning. We also had a visit from one of my dearest friends, Karen along with her husband Kyle and their little daughter Jessica. Despite some sprinkles, this years festival seemed to be a roaring success.
Starting August 7th is the annual Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors show. This is the largest in the water boat show in the country and draws people from all over. The show also features many fine furnture craftsmen. A good friend of ours, Paul Smith of Cathedral Woodworking, will be showing again the year. Last year, we purchased a beautiful porch swing for the front of the inn.
Guests have throughly enjoyed using the swing. It is truly beautiful. As Paul now lives in Michigan, our swing will be in display at the show this year as a sample for visitors to see.
One of the highlights of the event is the Boat dog trials. Here is a photo of last years winner.