Today was another very cold day, however, we had no wind — thank goodness. Yesterday, was really windy and down to the teens. Today was in the 20s, sunny, with no breeze whatsoever. (I could tell because the flag down the street wasn’t moving.)
By the way, here at the Beckwith Mansion, we have the suite open for rent. We prefer a longer-term renter (say, like 6 months or more), but we’re also willing to consider other terms. Although it is month-to-month, we do charge a cleaning fee for long-term stays that are shorter than 6-months. We do also offer night-by-night for this room.
The room’s monthly rate is $650/month, with a $600 cleaning/damage deposit. The night-by-night rate is $160 per night. Renters have access to the laundry (use of washer and dryer included in rent – you provide your own laundry detergent), as well as the kitchen. The suite consist of a sitting area, sleeping area, private bathroom (tub & shower), walking closet, microwave and small refrigerator. We provide linens and bedding (they will be clean when you move in, and washing them will be your responsibility during your stay.)
Elizabethe will be displaying her quilling at Books, ETC., in Macedon. The display starts tomorrow and runs through the month of March, and in to April. (This is her first “show”.)
If you don’t know what quilling is, it is a Victorian art form comprised of twisted strips of paper.
Tractor Supply had an open house tonight. Elizabethe and I went. It is nice to see them opening a store so close. It will give Lowe’s a run for its money. There is some overlap, but Tractor Supply has more yard and garden related hardware and tools. Heck, you can even buy a driveshaft for your tractor there. They’ve got them on the shelf, as well as tractor seats and stuff like that. But, they also had a wide selection of small hardware (like nuts and bolts). They gave us a nice gift bag with some swag. There was one item in that bag that I’m still trying to figure out what it is supposed to be. It’s a neoprene “vest” that is too small to fit a soda can or water bottle. Perhaps a smart phone protector? I don’t know. Next time I’m at their store I’ll have to ask them what it is supposed to be.