Posted on January 27, 2009
Between a chilled economy and an arctic cold wave, we’ve had plenty of time at Inn on Main Street to reflect on how fortunate we’ve been to have had as many fun guests as we’ve encountered over the past 10 years.
With many Americans losing their jobs or facing foreclosure, we’re immensely grateful to have a business to whine about. Slow business is better than no business, and with fewer guests we get to know our winter visitors better, and share more stories. We get to go to a movie now and then. We even sleep in on occasion.
With spring comes new promise, and we’ll paint and deep clean for another season. Western North Carolina‘s ice will melt, the grass will grow and the the koi will come out of hibernation. Please join us in wishing for a new season of hope for everybody.