Don't worry, they didn't have to sleep on hay. On the contrary. Mark and Sue built the "Heron's Nest" a few years ago. It's a separate, finished part of the stable with a private kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom!
As dinner time drew closer, Two Bad asked Mark and Sue if they had any recommendations for dinner, to which they responded, "Well sure. Right here!" Sue proceeded to make them all a delicious dinner! As they ate, they shared stories and enjoyed catching up with their old friends. Hansel, Gretel, and Two Bad told their Trail memories while Sue talked about her latest, and most fascinating interest in animal telepathy. She has been studying and practicing this very special technique of communicating with animals and has been able to hear their needs and feelings by looking at pictures of them after talking with their owners.
As always, the visit was such a pleasure and our Inn Keeper friends met our hikers with such kindness and generosity. Their entire Fox Hill experience came free of charge; a gift that was well enjoyed by all! So many people have been sending love and care to Hansel and Gretel for the past 2 months and it has made this journey ever so much more enjoyable. Mark and Sue certainly went above and beyond this week! We are all so appreciative! Thank you! And if anyone is looking for a peaceful, scenic get-a-way in Shenandoah Valley, be sure to visit The Fox Hill Inn!
A view of Heron's Nest