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Madison

My roots originate from Omaha, Nebraska. Upon coming east, I completed my Associate Degree in Culinary Arts from SUNY Adirondack and earned my Bachelor of Science in education from SUNY Oswego.

As a chef, my goal is to present comforting and delicious dishes that will be sure to satisfy your taste buds. Please feel free to let me know if you have any food allergies or special dietary needs.

In my spare time, I enjoy playing games and taking care of our four beautiful labs.

Stephani and I are very excited to share our home and Inn with you. We look forward to your visit as not only our guest but as a member of our family.

Stephani

Stephani will handle the front end of the Inn. Please let her know if you need anything that will make your stay more comfortable.

Steph is a Jersey gal but an Adirondack lover at heart. She has been either coming up to the 'Dacks or until recently been living in the Lake George Region for nearly 50 years.

She has earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Saint Peter's University and a dual Master's in School Business Administration and Administration and Supervision from William Paterson College. Steph taught high school business for twenty-five years in Paterson, New Jersey.

As Madison will attest, Stephani will keep your head spinning as she moves from one activity to another. Some of Steph's many activities and accomplishments include: hiking all 46 High Peaks in NY, climbing Mt. Rainier in Washington, making two attempts on Denali in Alaska and one on Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, playing softball for nearly forty years, loves to play golf, completed several 70.3 triathlons, half marathons, along with running events of all types, enjoys landscaping and is an ardent Yankee, Jet, Rangers and Notre Dame Fighting Irish fan.

We have one niece and a grand daughter along with four beautiful labs who we refer to as our "kids."

If you have any allergies to pets, please let us know. Rose, Carmel, Noodle and Huckleberry are not allowed in guest areas. You might encounter them outside of the house. They are friendly and love to show affection.