I approach the serene Canoe Bay organic garden with wonderment.
Deer roam near the fence as I open the gate. Walking through the Canoe Bay organic garden is pure serenity. A true gift indeed. This garden offers silence, which is a form of therapy and meditation for me. Creativity is unleashed in the silence.
Perched at the top are two Adirondack chairs overlooking the organic garden.
Both chairs empty, waiting to be occupied. I'm beyond grateful for the vegetables and herbs growing in this serene Canoe Bay organic garden. For the gardener and chefs who work diligently to provide the best ingredients for their guests.
I relax into the chair and just be.
The aroma of fresh greens and bouquets of color surround me.
I feel gratitude all the way down to my core as I inhale the morning air.
I discovered Canoe Bay while reading 1,000 Places to See Before You Die written by Patricia Schultz.
We look forward to returning to the serenity of Canoe Bay very soon.
Canoe Bay is the only member of Relais & Chateaux in the Midwest.
I invite you along on this journey of 100 Blog Posts in 100 Days.
There will be times of triumph and time of struggles, but I will show up through it all. I look forward to hearing your comments along the way.
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