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September 04, 2010


Thanks for sharing your delicious -in -every -sense weekend in nature at the cottage!


Wow, you were right up the road from me. I live in Westfield, just a few miles from Chautauqua Lake and the Institute. I love Lily Dale. A friend of mine runs the Sunflower Cafe there. Glad you had a good time. We recently watched "No one dies in Lily Dale", an HBO documentary filmed there. Very interesting. It didn't cause me to believe more or less, I just found it to be a very interesting insight into the community.


You look simply beautiful in the pictures!

Thanks for inspiring us to get away for the next full weekend I have off! I don't have too many free, but I want to make them count since I spend most of my non-work time sleeping or preparing to work/sleep.

Thanks for the Hulu link to Chow Down! My boyfriend and I loved it. I think most people could stand to watch it but also think people tend to delude themselves into thinking their diets aren't as junk/fat-filled as those of the ones in the film.

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