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Highlands John

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That's three days on the trot I've sat down to dinner, barely put fork to mouth and the door bell has gone for a check-in. On Sunday I cooked a nice roast chicken dinner with proper gravy, stuffing and home grown veggies, ready about 3pm, sat down, bell goes.
Is there a switch on my seat connected to a neon sign on the roof saying "Check In Now!!
 

gillumhouse

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Absolutely! I just have to run to the grocery for my guests to arrive.
 

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Eat out. That's the only way we get to sit down and not have someone ring the bell or call.
 

Joey Camb

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or as your posterior touches porcelain! its like a bell goes off!
 

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Yup! Sure way to get guests to arrive is to sit down to dinner. I liken the experience of owning an inn to that of having a newborn baby (that never grows up, by the way).
We do enjoy it most of the time. Love ALL our guests...most while they're here...some more when they leave.
 

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Eat out. That's the only way we get to sit down and not have someone ring the bell or call..
Here Here. You and me both . THEE only way is going out.
We even tried to sit on our crow's nest and thought we were safe. Darn they found us there too.
 
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