March 2010 Archives

Have you ever noticed that a couple weeks before Easter, that Pine trees start to show new growth. If you look up at the top of the trees you can... Read more
Its Maple Syrup time here in Central New York , The trees are tapped , The cooking house's are cooking syrup . The local vendors are putting up their wares. Time to stock up on... Read more
The sun is shining, the birds are singing . The Maple syrup house's are collecting there syrup for the season. The farmers are tilling the fields for the spring planting.... Read more
May you always have walls to keep out the wind , A roof to keep out the rain. A warm cup of tea by the fire, All that your hearts... Read more
The Crocus are starting to bloom, The geese fly over head in flocks more and more each day. The deer have returned from deep in the woods to graze in... Read more
We awoke to a familiar sound not heard in months pass, The sound of our feathered friends singing a song of spring for all to enjoy. The day is bright and sunny,... Read more
It's a bright and sunny day at Alices Dowry , perfect weather to go on a Horsedrawn wagon or sleigh ride. Then sit by the fireplace and enjoy some hot... Read more
It will soon be graduation time again here in central New York. Alice's Dowry B&B is located near all the areas colleges, and we still have a couple rooms available.... Read more
Alices Dowry is located in the Leatherstocking region of New York, made famous by James Cooper and is just a short drive to the Heart of the Finger Lakes. The... Read more
We still have plenty of snow here in Central N.Y. So come on out and enjoy some Skiing , Snowmobiling or Snowshoeing. Take a Horsedrawn wagon ride or visit a winery ... Read more
The strange noise you hear when staying at Alice's Dowry Bed & Breakfast isn't a ghost its just me the unseen husband. Our guest think my wife is just unbelievable... Read more
Built in 1876 by Peleg Holmes and given to his daughter Alice on her wedding to Dr. Nelson Barnes. Located in Central N.Y. Leatherstocking region,between Syracuse and Binghamton N.Y. made famous by writer... Read more