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Jul 03, 2013

Summertime and the weather is WONDERFUL!

Summer 2013 has begun so spectacularly -- here on the Central Coast, that is!  Mornings are beginning with sunshine coming through a light misty cool fog -- absolutely perfect for an early stroll  on the path following the rocky coastline of the Monterey Bay Santuary.  Runners are loving the splash against their face, arms and legs.  The winds have been perfect for sailing. As you are enjoying your breakfast, imagine looking across the bay and spotting the top of a mast above the fog line, and moment to moment the full mast appears and then the entire boat is in clear sight.  ...

May 15, 2013

Busy, Busy, Busy

The Spring Season is in full swing --perfect timing for Anne's impromptu weekend trip to the Wickwood Inn in Saugatuck, Michigan.  She returned happy, relaxed, and further convinced that bed and breakfasts attract the sweetest people on earth.  She met the most wonderful Mid Westerners, and has invited them all to the Martine Inn for a reunion. Way-to-go, Anne!

Don is presently loading up his rig with the 1950 MG TD, Johnny Von Neuman Special, for the Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival at Sonoma Raceway this weekend.  The racetrack will be celebrating the 60th Anniversary...

Feb 04, 2013

Winter Gardens

Creating and maintaining winter gardens that produce flowers is always a challenge.  We are fortunate at the Martine Inn to have a climate that is temperate throughout the year with non freezing temperature in the winter and moderate temperature throughout the remainder of the year, never getting above 80 degrees.  This winter the cymbidiums are blooming earlier than usual and each of the orchid like blooms lasts about a month so they make great floral displays.  Some of our camellias are beginning to bloom also with their large colorful blooms.  The brilliant colors of the...

Dec 21, 2012

Why Antiques at the Martine Inn?

Antiques may be inanimate objects, but they tell some great stories.  For five generations each  piece at the Martine Inn had been very special to somebody.  As the objects were passed from person to person they were cherished, cared for, protected from fire, flood, war, disrepair, and the dump.  One cannot help but feel priveleged just to see and use these precious items.  A candlewick trimmer, for instance, tells us how important candlelight was to prior generations.  If the wick was too long, the candle would burn too fast.  Candles were handmade in the autumn, when the...

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