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Kern River Inn Bed and Breakfast
by runeatrepeat on September 10, 2011
Hello from just outside Sequoia National Park! We stayed at a Bed & Breakfast last night – my first one ever! But, let me back track.
Ben and I drove up yesterday and made a quick stop for dinner. He got a burrito from some Mexican place.
I got a tuna salad from Subway. I would have gotten the sandwich, but they only had that white bread left (and not even the good kind with cheese on top!).
There were also road trip snacks! (The best part of a road trip if you ask me!!)
The Sequoias are about 5-6 hours away from Orange County so we drove for about 3 plus and stopped for the night. We stayed at the Kern River Inn Bed & Breakfast. This is my first time at a B&B – I’ve ALWAYS wanted to stay at one! Is that weird?
We were greeted by the Inn Keeper and her cat, Max. He ended up sleeping with us most of the night!
Bed & Breakfast places are so weird, but awesome. It’s like staying at a friend’s house, but that friend was a stranger 5 minutes ago?! Our room was called Whiskey Flats.
We were tired and went straight to bed (with Max)!
This morning I took pictures of the Inn. It’s so cute! Here’s the dining area:
We checked out the river across the street while waiting for breakfast.
The spread was beautiful. The inn keeper and I talked about the blog while I took pictures of the food. Turns out this is her most “un-healthy” spread out of the usual.
This is a cross between a bread pudding and French Toast casserole with peaches. She doesn’t have an official name for it – can you think of one??
The rest of the spread…
I got a little of everything except the sausage. This is a lemon yogurt muffin…
And her homemade granola!
Now we’re headed to the giant Redwood trees!
Question: name this French Toast – Bread Pudding dish… (Today she made it with croissants, ricotta and peaches.)
Fun Fact: My secret dream is to open a B&B on the coast of CA one day