You can read their guestbook comment here.
They, too, caught their dinner... an activity that is always a big hit.
We said goodbye to Isabelle and Guillaume this morning. I quickly cleaned the guesthouse and did the laundry and welcomed Monserrat, Jefferson, Ariel and Victor. We had met Monserrat and Jefferson a year or so ago when they came to visit with our mutual friends, Diego and Fer. We received an email from Jefferson earlier this week asking if we could host them for the day. They came for lunch (yes, they caught some fish) and enjoyed an afternoon of eating, relaxing and walking around on the property. It was great to see them again, and lovely to meet their friends. Monserrat's father operates a coffee plantation and processing plant in San Marcos. They sell their coffee to Starbucks and they are one of the few farms that grows Geisha (a coffee variety). Geisha has a really smooth taste with no bitter after taste. We love it. We're thinking we might try to grow a few plants... Monserrat did mention that this particular variety would most likely do very well at our elevation because it likes the cooler temperatures. Good to know!
Here are Ariel and Victor having caught their trout. Ariel's is the biggest trout, we think, that's ever been caught at Hush Valley Lodge. It was huge!
The weather has been glorious: blue skies mostly with a slight breeze. The days have been hot and the nights have not been too cold. Our guests have not needed to use the wood stove. We've had misty rain a few times, which is great for the grass and flowers, and lots of rainbows, too. I don't hear anyone complaining.