Archive for the ‘Stoughton, Wisconsin’ Category
What a beautiful fall we are having. Can’t believe its November and I still haven’t put away my flip-flops. Enjoy!!
These are actually photos from last year, but any day now the peonies will be in all their glory. We are, however, enjoying the sweet smell of the lilac’s in full bloom every time we step outside.
We are pleased and excited to introduce and offer our new bath and shower amenities from the English Spa Collection of Gilchrist & Soames. The English Spa Collection combines vitamins and a special blend of natural British botanical extracts with a luxurious signature formulation, creating a range that hydrates, soothes and protects. The collection features a light fragrance with herbal and citrus notes and draws on classic spa ingredients such as natural oatmeal, aloe, lemongrass and sea kelp. Aloe vera is healing and cooling for the skin, while lemongrass has a grassy-citrus aroma which is both uplifting and calming.
We hope you enjoy our gift of relaxation to you in these new luxurious products.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all. Hope everyone had a wonderful time during the holidays. The weather in the midwest sure did cooperate. I wasn’t even able to have a snowy picture to add to the site. Best wishes for a safe, happy and healthy 2016!!!
We were lucky this summer to have a local farmers market literally right across the street from the B&B this season. It even included live music. It was always so exciting, and a welcome site, to wake up Saturday mornings to street vendors setting up tents to sell their treasures. This was the first year….I hope it’s not the last!!
We were so excited to have author Jacqueline Houtman and her husband celebrate their anniversary by staying with us here at Naeset Roe. Jacqueline is a science writer for adults and children and has appeared in World Book Science Year, FASEB’s Breakthroughs in Bioscience series, Cleveland Clinic Magazine, The Dana Foundation’s Progress in Brain Research, The Dana Sourcebook of Immunology and numerous academic and educational publications. She has a PhD in Medical Microbiology and Immunology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and started writing after leaving the lab. When we introduced our son to her, we were excited to find out that he had already read her books. How cool was that for him to have the author of a book he had already read staying here. She kindly signed an autographed copy of a book for him. A life experience he will not soon forget. Thanks for a wonderful weekend and engaging conversation.
What an exciting week. Last weekend was the big city festival known as Syttende Mai (aka Seventeenth of May.) In honor of the grand opening of Stoughton’s Norwegian Heritage Center, the city brought in guests from our sister city in Norway (Gjovik.) Naeset Roe was so honored to have part of the group stay here with us. We made some new friends from amazing Norway as well as our local connection in Kenosha. We look forward to seeing them again.
It was a weekend full of food, fun and friends. Can’t wait until next year!