News and Views from the Carter Notch Inn
The plants are all in and settled and even if we say so ourselves, the gardens are pretty stunning. Although the weather has been mixed, it’s shaping up to be a great summer with plenty of activities and events throughout the next few months.
The Wildlife has been pretty active; at least 2 beavers have been spotted at the Beaver Pond, the humming birds arrived mid May – but unfortunately we had to take many of the feeders down a couple of weeks ago as our regular bear visitor was finding the nectar far too tempting!
Once again we are partnering with Great Glen Trails for discounts on the Mount Washington Auto Road, plus free trail passes for their extensive network of mountain bike/walking/running trails.
Sadly we have to announce that Henry passed away in December 2011; he was described as a wonder dog by the vets, but eventually got too tired to fight the cancer any longer.
Dudley (right) joined us at the Inn in April 2011, and although he has big paws to fill, received a lot of useful mentoring from his ‘Uncle Henry’ and has quickly become a great Inn dog. He also enjoys hiking, so he and Sally have been exploring the trails once more & trying to capture photos of themselves on top of each of their favourite mountains. To see more of Dudley’s antics, follow him on Face Book – Dudley Carter-Green
Dick is busy making sure the lawns are green and stripey, plus enjoying a few rides out in his Mazda Miata. He hasn’t got out onto the Golf course yet…
The porches have been freshly painted so you can enjoy the beautiful Wildcat Valley scenery from our front porch or Breakfast Al Fresco on the side porch. Room 2 has also had a bathroom facelift, with a new/antique vanity unit.
For great photos & commentary on Jackson see Tom & Atticus’s Blog and visit their facebook page; their recently published book “Following Atticus” is quickly becoming a best seller and is all about their adventures in the White Mountains.
We look forward to welcoming you to your other home in Jackson and all that the White Mountains playground has to offer.
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