Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Visitors to the Applesauce Inn B&B in Belliare, MI

Lovelies at the Feeders
Even the deer know that the Applesauce Inn B&B country Inn is where it's at!!! LOL....these two joined us last night for dinner....there is still quite a bit of snow on the ground...so they are really looking for food!  Gary had shoveled all the snow on the ground around our bird feeders, so the Cardinals and Doves could find loose seeds in the grass.  Well it apparently works for the deer too! 
Keeping watch~
These two deer stayed in the yard for about 30 minutes....Angel the Kid (our crabby tabby) was having a fit, growling like mad from her kitty perch by the window!!!  As we looked out the window, there were about 6 more deer in the neighbors driveway....keeping watch on the two here in the yard! 
I was excited to see the deer in the yard....but I know I won't be happy when they are in my gardens in the Spring....but I will deal with that later!  Last night they were beautiful!!!

We are looking forward to seeing more wildlife here at the Inn.....Eagles will be here soon, so will the Ospreys!  Plan to join us on our beautiful wrap around porch...with a glass of wine, binoculars in hand, and you may just see this for yourself!!  Bring up your camera!!

See you soon~
Gary and Jamie~your Innkeepers
Applesauce Inn B&B Bellaire, MI


  1. Oh you are living my dream! Lol Beautiful pictures. :)
    Following from the mid week hop. :D

  2. Such pretty rooms-would love to visit! Following from the midweek Mingle Hop - now GFC follower. Hope you have a chance to stop by and visit my blog WynnieBee.com.

  3. This is such a great site! I like the way you set this up! Great content! Thanks for sharing this!...Daniel

  4. I always find myself captivated by the wildlife, but find the deer to be problematic. We are trying to nurture 1000 new trees and shrubs for our conservation program but the deer are really destructive. So far the elk just seem to graze and I always welcome help cutting the grass.
    Your blog and website are both wonderful....keep up the good work.