We slept very well in the queen room on the main floor of the cabin. There is a master suite upstairs which is really nice but not being a fan of long stairways, we satisfied ourselves with the queen room, using the twin room as an extra dressing room.
The kitchen is large and very well provisioned. They even supplied salt and pepper as well as plastic wrap and aluminum foil! Plenty of cooking utensils and pots. By far it is the best set-up we have found in resort kitchens. We will use it to the fullest extent probably.
We did go to the coffee party and found there were warm cinnamon buns and blueberry muffins to go along with orange juice and hot chocolate. While happily munching we met a lovely young family with twin girls about 2-2 1/2 years old. The little girls were full of personality and opinions! Delightful to watch. Glad we could want and not manage!
After the party we went to the IGA to pick up a very few groceries, including a very inexpensive cheese pizza, then off we went to do a little exploring in the area. We took the South Shore Drive around the lake then turned south on Route 17 to go to Height of Land which we had heard had a wonderful view. We found this to be completely true. Unfortunately we did not either one of us have a camera in the truck. No problem: we will come another day.
We then went to see where the Appalachian Trail crosses Route 4, and did find it. Dear one is considering a hike along the Trail, but will decide later in the week.
We ate the pizza with green peppers and sliced black olives for supper along with some bean burritos after I had spent a couple of hours knitting on the lace shawl I am knitting for White River Yarns. It is due the end of October but I am hoping to finish it this week.