Thursday, April 09, 2009

Goodbye Mulberry Gap

I'm on the way back to Michigan after another stay at the wonderful Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike Lodge and Bunkhouse. In case you missed it the last time, click on the link and check it out. If you're too busy right now to do so, rest assured it's been added to my permanent list of links over there on the right. They moved right to the top because they're just that good. I'm still having a hard time putting into words what a wonderful thing these fine folks have been able to put together in such a short amount of time (two or three years I think), so bear with me. It is without a doubt, one of the top vacation/lodging experiences I've ever had. The only thing that could have made it better would have been to have my wife there to experience it with me. Needless to say, she'll be experiencing it soon enough. I can't wait to go back. So go check out their website with this in mind: It will all be ten times better in person. The food was unbelievable. The cabins were cozy and snug; and while I only scratched the surface of the mountain bike trails in the area, the ones I rode are among the best I've ever ridden. But the best part of it all was the warm and friendly hospitality extended by Ginnie, Andrew, and Diane. Everything about my stay exceeded my expectations by leaps and bounds. I'll see you again soon.

1 comment:

Diane of Mulberry Gap Bunkhouse Inn said...

Thank you for the kind words. We enjoyed getting to know you and will look forward to the next time! Good luck with your race season.

Diane, Ginni & Andrew
Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike GetAWay