Posts Tagged ‘Long Beach WA weather’

Serenaded by Honeymooners at Boreas Inn!

October 28th, 2009 by Susie Goldsmith

Bill and I have beautiful and unique guests at Boreas Inn, of that, there is no doubt.  Do they come for our stuffed pears, our buttery pastries, great coffee, wild mushroom and smoked sturgeon fritattas?  Sure they do.  Do they come for a dreamy nights’ sleep on glorious beds?  Yep–they do.  Great views, laughter, open space and us, the silly innkeepers….uh huh.  But do our guests come to entertain us with exceptional music played just for us at the breakfast table?  Very very seldom…  Today was such a treat for us.  David and Dana Berge, after knowing each other for 30 years, decided to marry last month.  They came to Boreas for one night, last night, as part of their ongoing honeymoon.  (So sweet!!)  We didn’t know they were talented musicians and played music with our treasured local resident (well, now he lives across the river…), Hobe Kytr.   Dave Berge and Hobe recorded a CD called “Dog Salmon and Rutabagas, Songs of the Northwest“.   This morning Dana and Dave sang and played “Fisherman’s Life” and “Ilwaco Town” and another fine piece  on their autoharps.  They held a private concert just for Bill and me, impromptu!  We were entranced with the picking and the strumming, the beautiful lyrics, and the fact that the music they played for us have meaning to where we live and who we are.  Then, winning our hearts even more, they graciously gave us one of the CD’s.  It was a wonderful trade–we were rewarded by the generosity and grace of these two lovely and talented guests who have found love with each other–we cooked them a great breakfast and gave them a good nights’ rest–they played beautiful music together.  Such a nice morning.  We are grateful to have them as new friends and thankful to Hobe Kytr for sending these very special newlyweds our way.  Thank you, Hobe, thank you!

Dave and Dana play Songs of the Northwest for Susie and Bill

Dave and Dana play Songs of the Northwest for Susie and Bill

World Kite Museum Event "China Then & Now" February 7th & 8th

February 4th, 2009 by Susie Goldsmith

This weekend promises to be another fine World Kite Museum event in Long Beach, Washington! To honor Chinese New Year,  “China Then and Now” is a celebration taking place on February 7th and 8th from 10 am-4 pm at the World Kite Museum, right down the street from Boreas Inn. There will be exhibits including Chinese kites, puppets, stamps, hand painted silk and bamboo kites and photographs. You will be able to participate in cultural and artistic events. There will be Mah Jong games with demonstrations and “Make it and Take It” Projects with some of our finest local artists. You can learn to make Asian Greeting Cards with Annie Unwin, discover Sumic Painting with Chris Goodwin and the Kite Museum staff and volunteers will guide you in Chinese lantern making, Chinese knotting and Red Paper Cutting. So if you would like to see, experience and even take home a project that you have made, this event promises to be not only visually beautiful, but a fun and interesting experience in making your own souvenirs! It’s been warm and beautiful at the beach, so come experience a unique mid-winter weekend in Long Beach. We have a couple of openings at the inn and will set up your dinners at our local favorite spots. This will be a glorious weekend! (There is also a clam dig this weekend!)

Dragon Sky at Boreas

October 6th, 2008 by Susie Goldsmith

It was a stormy day this Saturday and in the afternoon, the skies cleared and these spectacular clouds appeared on the horizon.  At first, they were two alligator-like heads, then the wind flattened out the southerly head and turned it into a whipping tail.  We hadn’t seen anything like it before–so we snapped a shot off our top deck.  What an entertaining and beautifully colored sunset it was. The image doesn’t do it justice!The alligator sunset made our day!

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