In a recent post on the beautiful Inn Victoria in Chester, Vermont, I mentioned "triple-sheeting" and a commenter asked, "What's triple sheeting? Is that the same as being 3 sheets to the wind??" Uhm, no, Sarah, it isn't! Though I can certainly appreciate the humor in your comment! Triple-sheeting, a style of bed-making that uses multiple layers of sheets, blankets, and duvets or bedspread-like covers, is something that a lot of upscale hotels, inns, and bed and breakfasts are starting to do as it's not only an easy way to change the design of the room should that be desired but it's also a lot more hygienic for guests. If you stop and think about it, chances are really good that the bedspreads and/or duvets that are used in guest accommodations don't get washed very often and they most definitely don't get washed in between every guest. Think about how often you wash your own bedspread and the light probably goes on, right? Uh-huh .
Just wow! Another beautiful photo with great balance. Great reflection on the water. I would love to visit there...ReplyDelete
Who wouldn't want to receive this post card whether on line or in the mail.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo! The prints a bit small for me to read it all, but I will try again from my home computer. I am sure its is chalk full of great historical info.ReplyDelete