ImageMy book club decided to have a wine and cheese weekend at the lake.  One of our members has a beautiful place at Lake Hyco.  I had never been before and it certainly did not disappoint.  We all took off together Saturday morning in one car with the rain slowly coming down.  With a car full of avid readers, the rain did not hinder our excitement.  We arrived Saturday around 11am and started with a few mimosas.Image

 Two bottles of Prosecco later we had moved on to Rose.

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We enjoyed an afternoon of laughing, talking and drinking while enjoying a great view.  As evening started to approach we decided to switch to Cabernet and enjoy the sunset. 

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We didn’t stay up too late so we could all retire to our rooms and read.  I was able to finish a book and start a new one.  I think we all had ambitious dreams of reading all weekend, but truly the ladies were just too much fun.  I woke up Sunday morning to a beautiful view of the lake and just read for a while.

ImageMy sister and I decided to get the french press going in the kitchen and take a look at the mess we had left from the day before.  We heated up some raspberry Danish and fixed our coffee with a lot of cream and went out to the porch.  Sunday was beautiful.

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We enjoyed a beautiful day on the water and did a little reading, but mainly we continued just laughing.  It was a great way to spend the weekend.  Our hostess was so sweet and her place is perfect.  I love the little place on Bunny Rabbit Hill Road.

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7 thoughts on “On Bunny Rabbit Hill

    1. haha-the only way to drink wine…in a large glass. 🙂 It was very hard to leave. We waited until after 5 before even leaving the dock and thinking about packing up. It was worth getting home late.

  1. I love that sight in the first photo. I wish I could get a job that doesn’t require me in a specific office and I would be able to work from a place like that 365 days a year. But I’m not the only one with that wish. 😦

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