Camp & Breakfast


Clover would love to see you!

Rolling out lots of plans lately with the studio project winding down. I can’t do a Bed & Breakfast or Farm Stays yet. (Hopefully in the not too distant future I will have cabins available.) But I can do Camp & Breakfast! I’m opening registration for camp site rentals at Sassafras Farm (summertime only, limited availability), including breakfast in the Studio at Sassafras Farm. Workshops are available with Camp & Breakfast. Discounts are also available for educational/children’s groups. If you’re interested, get all the info here.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 12, 2012  

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  1. 5-12

    Fantastic idea! So glad you are thinking of cabins, too!

  2. 5-12

    Aw, it’s so good to see Clover’s sweet face. I’ve missed her.

  3. 5-12

    OK, I have to ask. If there’s camping, will there be a picturesque Sassafras Farm outhouse nearby? :devil2:

  4. 5-12

    There are restroom and shower facilities for campers in the studio!

  5. 5-12

    Aaack, single workin mom, livin in Oregon I cannot come visit, so sad. You have a huge following, I bet over 90% are unable to attend your on site activities. What is Clover up to? How many babies did you keep , they must be big now. How are the doggies getting along? Are they in same area or separated?
    Luv your site, please keep telling us about all the day to day activity, what motivates you? How do you do it all? Thank you for sharing.

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