Blue Top Inn


By, Nan Claire Falkner

The Estate Sale had gone well.  All the big ticket items had sold – just a few items left.  The water fountain that Millie had enjoyed so much was in pieces but would be a welcome addition to their café.

Harold would also transplant the blue clematis, which she had begged him to do so many times.   He picked up the wooden disk with “to-it” engraved on it, kissed it, put it back in his pocket, and winked at the sky.  “Honey, told you I would move the flowers one of these days.  Thanks for the token.  I miss you!”



5 thoughts on “Blue Top Inn

  1. Thanks Sara – I think this picture was posted over a year ago and I have no idea how I got it. But, I wrote on it. There was a new picture posted today, and I’ve already written about it too.

  2. Nan, The Blue top inn was a favorite place of ours to stop for a break coming down from Iowa. Always, enjoyed seeing Harold and Millie there when we took a break. Her cherry pie was the best. As well as her yummy rolls. Glad Harold moved the flowers. Ann

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