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March 03, 2009


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I so want that Southwestern breakfast.

Fly Girl

A working hourse ranch sounds like a fun experience. I love to ride and it looks like French Creek offers my idea of what a B&B should be. And I want that Southwestern breakfast too!


Gypsy-Breakfasts were a big deal at French Creek, and Diane's breakfasts were definitely worth eating lightly the rest of the day so you could enjoy every bite in the morning!

Fly Girl-We don't ride, and French Creek was fun for us. I can only imagine how nice it would be for someone like you who loves riding.
We've stayed at a lot of B&Bs, and French Creek was among our most enjoyable visits. I especially like the small B&Bs (with maybe fewer than a half dozen rooms) where the owners live on site and really take an interest in making sure you enjoy your stay. It's always a bonus when the place has a truly unique feature--like French Creek and it's horse farm.

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