Last year this time, I was sitting in a mausoleum of a building with plumbers, carpenters, painters – a fleet of people tracking dirt and material across the beautiful wooden floors. Snow in the garden that needed so much work. And I thought, ‘what in the world did I take on?’
Today, there are daffodils nodding their early heads. The birds are warbling. Skies are blue.
This old Lama House is beautiful again, there are six lovely rooms for you to come inhabit.
I like walks in the woods, have the perfect picnic spots, the corners in my garden offer the best reading, writing, painting spots.
We bake lovely cakes and cookies – and do real coffee.
The whisky comes from some of the best parts of Scotland and even Japan.
Having lived a life of complete adventure – I can facilitate a climb across the mountains on a trek or a jeep safari.
I have just revived for myself the old world arts of water colours, knitting and embroidery – they are therapeutic and healing. In sync with the essence and energy of this home built by monks.
The best of the mountains happens here. Come join me.