a cabin in the woods



















SO happy it’s the weekend. After a lot of stress and hard work, we finally had our office holiday, ahem, post-holiday holiday party last night at Bourbon.

The party was a huge success (a far cry from last year's night of complete debauchery). But after a long day of work yesterday and then a long night of party, I’m very much looking forward to visiting my bed this evening, so I can attempt to engage in at least a little bit of fun these next couple days.

For DC/MD/VAers looking for something to do this weekend: Paradise Springs Winery is having their official grand opening this Saturday. Enjoy some wine and a little musical entertainment courtesy of The Winn Brothers.

My friend Beth and I attended the soft opening last weekend at the 19th-century log cabin, renovated 50 years ago by a protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright. The roughly 40-minute drive out was surprisingly well worth it. And the flight of eight vinos was amazing from beginning to end, made all the better by our surroundings - the house’s dimly lit cellar bar.

But what really did it for me was spending the day in a quaint little cabin in the woods, with some good company. A great escape from the sounds of the city.

I suggest you check it out. And perhaps bring a date. It’s too cozy to go alone.

Happy Friday all.



Photo by Jeff Fried Photography.

See more photos on Jeff’s blog.




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5 comments:

January 15, 2010 at 8:54 AM Jessica said...

congrats! Party hosting is so much fun.

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January 15, 2010 at 8:14 PM Kristin said...

You always make me miss DC! Sounds like a fabulous time!

January 15, 2010 at 8:38 PM Anna said...

haha I'm happy to hear that! If you ever come back to visit.. you NEED to check this place out :)

January 15, 2010 at 11:40 PM tris1978ton said...

Have a lovely weekend!

January 16, 2010 at 9:15 PM Shelle said...

sounds wonderful...i feel relaxed just thinking about it!