Archive for the 'Rural Ohio Lodging' Category

Year End Summary

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

We finished 2011 with some highs and some lows.
Highs - We’ve had more satisfied customers this year than ever before. We will finish the year with 42 groups or families having stayed with us. Overall, based upon days, we had a 55% occupancy rate. Our months of July and November […]

Katahdin Sheep Update

Monday, February 28th, 2011

Looks like we’ll be working on getting officially into “breeder” status, as we’ve partnered with a couple of other Katahdin sheep breeders who are working toward proving that worm resistance is hereditary and can be passed down from the sire. We’ve partnered with Mossy Oak Farms of Wooster, and Wade-Jean Farm of Loudonville, and […]

Texting at the Weston House with Teenagers

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

“This is the worst thing in the world that you can do to a teenager!!!!”, said the 17 year old grand daughter of one of our guests when she discovered that there was no cell phone reception at our house a couple of weeks ago. This week, we have 4 teenagers and a single […]

Ah the Joys of Rural Ohio Living

Monday, June 28th, 2010

You will never believe the conversation going on at our house this morning. First you have to understand that we live in Rural Ohio, where in spite of the fact that it is 2010, we do not get cell phone coverage. We live within 60 miles of the city of Columbus but in […]

The Superbowl Ad on HomeAway

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Home Away from Home advertised on the Superbowl and all heck is breaking loose. The secret is out, and people have been “flocking” to vacation rentals, ours included. Of course, at our place you can really see sheep, cows and horses. You can check us out at www.HomeAway.com/184064 or on VRB).com/233794 or […]

Snow - in Feburary

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

The snow just keeps falling and falling. We have about 8 inches so far that came down all in one day yesterday, and we are expecting up to another 4 inches today - although the flakes are way smaller than yesterday.
I am looking forward to going out and hearing the quiet that follows a […]

Drawers Not Good for Toilet Paper

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

So we cleaned today after guests left the Weston House. Every now and then we find something gross (usually compliments of the people) such as 3 days worth of dirty dishes, or poopy diapers (people with toddlers are the worst!). But now and then we find something funny - which is usually compliments […]

Fall Colors are Happening Here

Sunday, October 4th, 2009

Ok, so it is the 4th of October, and we’ve had a dry and cool summer. We had our first frost last week on Friday - hard frost. It killed a lot of the soy-beans that hadn’t quite dried out yet. I think they were mature, and hope they’ll be ok, but […]

Rachael wrote a story

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

Rachael, about 6 months ago, submitted a story to the Small Farmer’s Journal a quarterly publication with information applicable to most farmers and anyone interested in old farm equipment, horses and some of the “greener” ways to farm. It’s a great publication that Frank has been getting for years. (If you stay with […]

Merry Christmas from the Farm

Friday, December 19th, 2008

Merry Christmas to all, and may all of your neighborhoods be as cool as ours!
The little town closest to us - Bladensburg is a wonderful little town this time of year. We have our own Christmas parade. We also put up Christmas decorations on all the light posts on the main roads in […]