Archive for November, 2009

As you can see here in the Chinook Observer, the peninsula was ravished by 100 mph winds recently. The Moby Dick powered down for a day, but survived with just a few nicks and scratches. We lost a few trees and suffered some damage to our yurt.

We’re gearing up for winter in our garden. Garlic shoots have sprouted! We’re taking some inspiration from this article in Maine Today about winter farming in Portland, ME.

Upcoming Special Events

We always strive to serve the best quality food, featuring produce from our

organic garden,as well as regionally produced foods whenever possible.

All meats are of highest quality – grass fed, free range, or wild caught.

Most of our food is made in house from scratch.


Thanksgiving Dinner


Family-style at the Moby Dick Hotel


*open to the public*


Free range turkey

Giblet and corn bread stuffing

Gravy

Cranberries

Beets

Potatoes

Yams

Carrots

Pumpkin Pie


*and more traditional condiments*


$25


Price does not include tax, gratuity, bar, or corkage fee.


Seating at 4:00 P.M.


Advanced payment required – space is limited.

25814 Sandridge Road, Nahcotta, WA 98637

360 665-4543

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A Morning of Yoga at the Moby Dick Hotel


with Judy Matulich, certified yoga instructor with four years experience.

All levels welcome – beginners, intermediate, and advanced.


 

2 hours of yoga, breathing, and meditation

(please bring a yoga mat)


Brunch


Sauna


$40

 

10am to 2:30pm


November 21, and December 19


Please reserve, space is limited

25814 Sandridge Rd, Nahcotta, WA 98637

360.665.4543

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