It was a busy week at the InnSide Shop and hope it will stay this way. You really ought to stop in and check it out. Most of our customers are amazed at the variety and also the unusual things we have.
Arlene Harrington had a visitor; her nephew Clarence “Sonny” Remington was here from North Carolina. He told her that it was pretty darn cold and windy when he was skiing at Sunday River. He had lunch with his “bestest” Aunt and they had a lot of fun together.
On Sunday, Jan. 20, Lily Hebert Lewis celebrated her first birthday and they had her party at the Locke Mills church. It was puppy themed! (It was a pawty.) She also got baptized there that morning. Belated Happy Birthday from the whole neighborhood.
It is time for the answer to the Trivia. The salvaged timber used to build the ferryman's house came from the house, which once belonged to James Pote and at one time Patterson Beatties.
I would like to come up with a theme for the “cabin fever buster” for all of us to do. Please,call me at 824-3220 or e-mail email@example.com with your suggestions.
Have a great week.