When turning an old farmhouse into a licensed bed & breakfast, an undertaking of this magnitude inevitably involves many people. We would like to take this time to thank you. Believe us when we say that your involvement was integral to accomplishing our dream.
Our sincerest thanks go out to all who touched this project, but in particular (and sometimes in order of appearance): Lauris Champagne, Jeff Frey, Joe Devito, David Douglass, Steve Marcotte, Claire Cotes, Khiel Excavating, Rick Viles at Phinney Lumber, PY Estes & Son, Dave Brackett and his crew, Tim Fortin at Fire Protection Sprinkler Services and his great crew Norm and Evan, Todd & Steve at Cunningham Security, Larry Hadley at Patriot Fire Protection, the folks at Maine Stove & Chimney, Golin Johnson, Rick Mulhern, Justin Viles, Brandon Woolley, Deanna Cotes, Serena Chessey, Guy Champagne and his crew at Timberland Drywall, Scott Campbell, Carrie Herbeck, Erica Lachance, Muddy River Signs, and countless family and friends who were constantly cheering us on.
Joanne feels any tribute for this project would be especially remiss without mentioning her husband, Steve Ristich, whose talents go beyond description and accomplished the impossible! He turned this 200+ year farmhouse into his wife’s bed and breakfast dream.