Iron Chef Jose Garces Taco Truck

Taco truck!

Our favorite farmers market, Linden Hill, just a few miles from Bridgeton House, will have a visit from our favorite Iron Chef’s taco truck.

This much coveted truck, usually seen around the streets of Philadelphia, will make a visit to Linden Hill Farm Market on Friday September 30th.

Chef Garces purchased a farm last year near the inn. He has been set to grow produce for his numerous Philly restaurants & have a retreat for his family from city life.

We have to agree he picked a great spot! And we are already dreaming of short rib tacos……………

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See you in September

Besides not being able to wear white after Labor Day & our umbrellas getting good use, we are so looking forward to fall!

Farm to table dinners are booking up fast, apple picking, pumpkin picking, sunset cruises, canal towpath bike hikes & kayaking tours are just a few of our autumn diversions.

Call our innkeepers today for information on booking your getaway….

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High & Dry

We are high & dry, as usual. The area looks good, we have had a few road closures. The real problem was flash flooding on small creeks & streams. Some areas received over 4 inches of rain in an hour!

Power is back on & our phones are working!

We have a couple of spots left for Labor Day Weekend & there are lots of fun things to do, join the fun!

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Miss Mira surveying from her perch

MiraSweet Mira, our 13 year old girl.

She loves squirrels, other dogs & a croissant ends. It has been so hot that we have had very short walks on the towpath.

This afternoon the heat wave broke with a big downpour. After the storm she did not want to go out. Yes, she is a waterdog, but she hates to get her feet wet!

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Tulips and Daffodils

spring at the bridgeton houseWe have been spending the off season redoing & repainting. Room 5 got a new look and a new floor. It looks so fresh & welcoming.

With last week’s 70 degree temperatures, we had all the fountains running. We turned them off this weekend as it dropped below freezing.

At least 6 of our goldfish made it through the winter & are waking up to splash of the fountain.

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