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Saturday, May 23, 2015

I see more tea in my future.

Guess what I found today?
                                           A tea-room in the town of Manotick.

Oh, oh. I`m in trouble now.
This lovely, quaint little restaurant served the biggest, BESTest scones along with delicious coffee to start the day. And, we tried their omelettes;  mine was cheese & mushroom and the retired-guy had mushroom and bacon. They were delicious.
Tea is served in pretty china cups :) and the ladies are fabulous.

It was too busy on the other side of the antique side-board to take photos but I`ll be back and hopefully get some then. Very attractive . The feature of the day was mile-high lemon pie.

Our table for two overlooked a beautiful lilac tree.

It`s fun getting to know the town of Manotick. There is a Farmer`s Market on Saturday `til 2pm so I just may drop by there next weekend.

The sun is shining.
It promises to be a fine day.

But first, someone needs a combing when she `rises and shines.`

Enjoy!
Hugs, Deb

12 comments:

  1. We hit the local farmer'a market too, but didn't score tea and scones!

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  2. Hello Audrey!
    That tearoom looks wonderful =)

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  3. That looks like a wonderful weekend tradition! How cute!

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  4. Dearest Deb,
    That is the best thing, exploring one's new environment.
    Enjoy a lovely long weekend.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  5. Anywhere that has 'pink' table cloths has to be
    the bees knees...(if bees had knees)....Looks
    lovely. Next time you go, give us a shout and
    you can treat us all...HeHe! Sticky bun for me
    please...! :0).

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  6. What a great little tea room! I'm so glad you are finding nice places to visit in your new area. Please give us a tour of the town when you have time.
    Thanks for the picture of sweet little Annie.

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  7. Miller's Oven looks perfect. What a cute, relaxing place to enjoy some time. Farmers' Markets are a favorite of mine. Most people are so friendly and willing to help you learn how to choose and store your produce. And, of course, the food doesn't get any better. :-)

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  8. That looks like a lovely little place to stop in! Mile high lemon pie sounds pretty good, too!

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  9. I've been there- it's a lovely little place!

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  10. More tea....and scones how lucky can a person get ?!
    Looks like a lovely little tea room.
    ~Jo

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  11. Perhaps if Rick actually pulls off his bike ride this year and I go pick him up, we'll be able to have lunch or tea here! It looks wonderful!

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