Meanwhile, Back in Spring Green

When we last heard from Mother Goose on vacation “up north” she was sleeping through Broadway-worthy production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. Husband Goose carried her back to The Silver Star Inn, bed and breakfast, where they were residing for the weekend.

The unique Silver Star Inn and gardens

Our very private deck at The Silver Star. “What happens on the deck, stays on the deck…”

I can’t say enough about The Silver Star — it’s a lovely lodge in the middle of nowhere, decorated with thousands of photographic equipment, historical pieces and artwork. Proprietor Jean is the queen of breakfast food! And the hummingbirds buzz around your head whilst you consume vast quantities of coffee and French toast, peach sauce and sweet cheese cream on the front deck.

Our new friends, Jeff and Tracy, were persistent in their efforts to capture hummingbirds in their camera. It took 237 shots, but this one is PERFECT!

Only the friendliest people stay at The Silver Star so we were guaranteed to make great connections.

Husband Goose making a connection in Arena, Wisconsin. Yes, Arena.

The Gooses get very excited about bird watching. Besides the hummingbirds, we sighted a number of other birds, including a Scarlet Tanager. Perhaps you can spot the bright red bird in this photo…

Mother Goose nearly fell out of the car trying to capture this photo — obviously her first Scarlet Tanager…

You won’t want to miss the next chapter of our Spring Green story when we take yet another Frank Lloyd Wright tour…

Stay cool, drink lotsa water and be blessed today. Love, Mother Goose


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Tracy Griffin
    Jul 06, 2012 @ 12:55:31

    Hee Hee! Thank goodness for digital and the “delete” button! Beautiful photos MG! Say, did your Frank Lloyd Wright tour guide think she was his last wife? I think ours did! She said she loved spending every day with Frank at Taliesin… kinda creepy! And then her head turned all the way around on her neck so we high-tailed it outta there! Ha!


  2. Three Well Beings
    Jul 07, 2012 @ 00:04:58

    What a nice bed and breakfast! I would enjoy being out in the middle of nowhere! I really would. It sounds like you had just a wonderful, relaxing time. And the hummingbird photo is great…no matter how many shots it took! 🙂 I hope you catch a cooling trend, Natalie…even a slight one would be welcome, wouldn’t it! Debra


  3. yearstricken
    Jul 07, 2012 @ 11:26:17

    Sounds like you had a great time. The Silver Star Inn looks lovely and the food sounds yummy.


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