Although it was only a few days ago, the remnants on Snow on October 30th have left an impression for many. It’s hard to recall a time when we’ve had snow on the ground before Thanksgiving much less before Mid December.
We’re too close to the ocean for anything to really stick at this time of they year so not much is left (as of Nov. 2nd) It may be a long time before you see snow in October; it is a very unusual event. Unfortunately, for many of our guests who live in CT or MA, they are still waiting for a warm house, hot shower and wire free roads as they navigate through their communities with snowbanks and broken limbs. We wish you all a speedy recovery!
We’ve had many cancellations for this coming weekend, most sadly the group of 15 women who will have to reschedule for some other time (no power or family bunking in while they wait for power to be restored at their homes).
On October 30th, we had a full house with guests loving the sight of snow in Ogunquit, as many of them had never been here during the winter.
We welcome you back to the Inn when you can come for a visit. The fire pit will be glowing, the snowshoes will be ready and waiting for a stomp down the peaceful and deserted Marginal Way…. we’re here year round!