Friday, 10 October 2014

View from the Chuckwagon: Why I love B and B's.

Howdy Friends!When I'm out on the range far from home I hate staying at cookie cutter franchise motels that have no soul and no place for me to hitch up my beloved horse, "#Prepper."

       "#Prepper" grazing behind the Best Western Fleabag on Rt. 495, Providence, R.I. 

The motels of yesteryear had elegance and style, and often, a nice cathouse in the back where a red blooded American cowboy could pass some pleasant hours among refined and forward thinking female company.

 I get lonely and depressed at modern industrial bedroom franchises like Marriots n' Hiltons and Motel 6's. I hate the bad art and worse curtains!

 That's why I've taken to staying at Bed and Breakfasts. A bed and breakfast is a friendly place, often run by a woman who was so good at raising her family that once her family has flown the coop she just wants to open her doors to total strangers and keep layin' on the L-O-V-E!

 The Bed and Breakfast home is always decorated with  examples of womanly handcrafts: quilts, dolls, needlepoint and flower arrangements.  Most of these B and B's feature seasonal decorations that would give Martha Stewart a run for her money. 
The B and B woman is proud of her soup, proud of her towels, proud of her pillowcases and proud of her bacon. Her pride is your gain buddy. Just relax and keep telling her how great everything is...

So follow this blog partner, if you know whats good for you...Coming soon: the Chuck Redhawk review of TRANQUILLITY BARN in the far far North of Yankeeville!

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