About our pets...

In case you haven't noticed we are a pet friendly B&B. We want you to bring your baby to stay with you and us. We have four dogs of our own. Our oldest, about 15, is Mei (Hawaiian for May) but we call her Bug just because she is so cute. She is also a pillow princess and can be a little stand offish and finicky. Next comes Buddy a 8 year old Yorkie mix that is very friendly and gets along with everybody. Next is our 5 year old Schnorkie (Schnauzer / Yorkie mix) Teddy who is still a bundle of energy and super smart. And lastly, our newest addition is Gus. We think he is around 8 - 10 years young and he’s the quiet one of the bunch with only the occasional woof. They are all well adapted to play nice with other dogs and guests. Don't be surprised if Buddy and Teddy decide to sit near you at breakfast just waiting for a stray morsel that may come their way.


More About our Food...

We ascribe our passion for healthy and great food to several sources over the years. I gave Sheryl a little lite reading a few years ago, 573 pages worth, called "The Best Recipe" from America's Test Kitchen, sadly out of print but you can find it used. They take a recipe for say chocolate chip cookies and do it 40, 50, or more times till they get it right! Hence the name. If you are a cook or you want to become one this is a must have resource.

A few years ago, after listening to the book "The Omnivores Dilemma" by Michael Pollan, on Audible (Audible.com) we realized we needed to take a hard look at our food and where it comes from. A follow on listening of Joel Salatin's book "Folks, This Ain't Normal" cemented our resolve to get the best and/or raise our own livestock for our own consumption. To this day we keep about a dozen chickens for the best eggs you have ever had. We raise and butcher a couple of turkeys each year for the holidays, and we even raised up a few pig's (till the neighbors complained) for the most amazing chops and hams one has ever tasted. Several more documentaries and other books on the subjects of processed foods and our agriculture system, has kept us on the straight and narrow when it comes to what we serve our guests and ourselves. We are always surprised at what the food companies try to foist on us as healthy and good for us. So as best we can we try to make it or grow it ourselves. We like the end result and so do our guests.


Things to do in Prescott...

People are always asking us what there is to do in Prescott (pronounced Press-kitt) and we always have to ask what do you like to do? With there being so much available it's better to direct people to several web sites that can cover more of what there is and when it is with some sites offering calendars of events.

The best resources we have found are these...

City of Prescott-Visitors

City of Prescott-Recreation Services

Prescott Chamber of Commerce