Sally’s View of the River

The Official Weblog of the Sunny Rock Bed & Breakfast


Minden, Ontario, Canada


Just 2.5 Hours from Toronto

2 Cedar Strip Canoes

Filed under: Buy & Sell — Sally at 11:22 pm on Tuesday, June 27, 2006

#1 16 foot Vinal Clad Rebuilt Cedar Strip approximately 45 years old. Asking $1000 cash for it.

#2 16 foot Canvas Clad 12 year old Nominanque Canoe. Asking $1700 cash for it.

If interested please call Sally at 705-286-4922 or toll free 1-888-786-6976.
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8 foot Cherry Table top for sale

Filed under: Buy & Sell — Sally at 11:17 pm on Tuesday, June 27, 2006

12 foot one inch thick cherry wood table top for sale. Asking $600 for it. If interested please call 705-286-4922 or Toll Free 1-888-786-6976 or email.

King Head Board for Sale

Filed under: Buy & Sell — Sally at 11:14 pm on Tuesday, June 27, 2006

I have a wooden wedding ring head board for sale and I am asking $75 for it. If interested call Sally at 705-286-4922 or Toll Free 1-888-786-7876.

Free Monday Night BBQ Dinner at Sunny Rock B&B

Filed under: New Value Added — Sally at 11:08 pm on Tuesday, June 27, 2006

During the Summer months we provide a free BBQ dinner to guests who are staying with us for multiple nights.

Guests staying for only one night can purchase the Monday BBQ meal for $15 per person.

The Menu varies from hamburgers, to sausage, chicken to “veggie thing”. I plan the menu with the guests. There is always a salad, or two and dessert.

On Monday we usually go and have a swim, enjoy the natural whirlpool, come back from the water to happy hour and slowly move into dinner. Pretty casual evening of new and old friends.

Have an interest in joining us? Call Sally at Sunny Rock B&B 1-888-786-6976

Canada Day Weekend: June 30, July 1,2,3, 2006

Filed under: Up to Date Availability — Sally at 10:40 pm on Monday, June 26, 2006

Canada Day Weekend: June 30, July 1,2,3, 2006

We still have rooms available at the Sunny Rock Bed & Breakfast.

Friday ands Saturday night – Moorehaven Treetop Suite (two nights only) $175 (plus taxes) per night for two people .

Friday, Saturday and Sunday (three nights) – The Pine Studio (and Heming Lounge) $225 (plus taxes) per night single or double.

Friday Saturday and Sunday (three nights) – Clarkecove & Blair Bend Riverside Rooms $150 (plus taxes) for double.

We will except two nights Friday & Saturday or Saturday Sunday starting 5 pm Thursday.We except one night for Friday night (Thursday at 6 pm)
We except one night for Saturday night (Friday at 6 pm)
We except one night for Sunday night (Saturday at 6 pm)

Call us1-888-786-6976 or check out our website www.sunnyrock.on.ca

Strawberry Social June 25th, 2006 at Camp Wanakita

Filed under: Activities in the Highlands,Apr May Jun — Sally at 1:01 am on Friday, June 23, 2006

YMCA Camp Wanakita 33rd Open House & Strawberry Social
June 25, 2006. Located on Koshlong Lake Road, the YWCA Wanakita is providing an opportunity for campers, and friends of Wanakita to tour the site and meet the 2006 Summer Staff Team. The waterfront will be open for swimming, canoeing and kayaking. A chance to try the trails, archery, ropes course, basketball, tetherball. A special Wanakita Buffet Dinner and Dessert Treats and Strawberry Delights will be served from 1 pm – 6 pm in the Wanakita West Dining Hall. Buffet Family Rates – $18. Individual Rates – $6 per adult; $4 per child (16 & under). Call: 705 457-2132 or, 1 800 387 5081

Listen to ARTSWEEK on Canoe FM 100.9

Filed under: Activities in the Highlands,Year Round — Sally at 6:30 pm on Sunday, June 11, 2006

ARTSWEEK a one hour radio show that features the sounds, stories, interviews and news about the arts in Haliburton County aired on Mondays 7:00-8:00 pm and Thursdays 6:00 -7:00 pm.
For a full listing of great radio programs on Canoe FM visit www.fyihaliburton.com/canoeschedule.htm

Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve Patria Music Theatre Production, August 2006

Filed under: Activities in the Highlands,Jul Aug Sep — Sally at 5:26 pm on Sunday, June 11, 2006

Patria Music Theatre Presents R. Murray Schafer’s ‘The Palace of the Cinnabar Phoenix’ in the Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve.

Performance dates tentatively set for August 31, September 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, and 9, 2006, 7:30 p.m. Tickets available at the Rails End Gallery and at Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve. Adult $75, Students/seniors $65, Children under 16 with adults $25
For further information email: akfis@rogers.com
For more information on Patria Music, R. Murray Schafer and ‘The Palace of the Cinnabar Phoenix’ Visit www.patria.org

Stay with us at the Sunny Rock Bed & Breakfast, 1888-786-6976

Grand Medieval Feast – August 26, 2006

Filed under: Activities in the Highlands,Jul Aug Sep — Sally at 4:21 pm on Sunday, June 11, 2006

Grand Medieval FeastRoyal Canadian Legion in the Village of Haliburton. August 26, 2006
The first 200 subjects who pay the tax of 65 gold coins will join in this majestic event. The King’s own performer, David Archibald will delight and entertain.
Questions should be directed to our Royal servants at Community Care at the exchange of 705-457-2941. You won’t want to miss this “Royal Romp” Great Food! Great Entertainment! Great Fun!
This event is sponsored by RBC Dominion Securities Inc. and all monies raised will support The Emergency Response Program at Community Care.
EVERYONE WELCOME

The Sunny Rock Bed & Breakfast is only 15 minutes drive to this event. Stay with us.

A Little Study in Scheming – a classic romantic comedy – August 25,26 & 27, 2006

Filed under: Activities in the Highlands,Jul Aug Sep — Sally at 3:18 pm on Sunday, June 11, 2006

A Little Study in Scheming – a classic romantic comedy
Minden Hills Museum, 176, Bobcaygeon Rd, August 25, 26 & 27
Bring your lawn chair and enjoy another first for the Minden Hills Museum – we will be hosting our very own play!! Our collections personnel found this original play, A Little Study in Scheming, in our archives during the summer of 2005. Some very talented individuals will bring the play to life at our outdoor theatre. Curtain goes up Friday and Saturday at 6:30 pm, Sunday matinee at 3 pm. Refreshments will be available one hour before curtain. Tickets for this event – $15 advance, $18 at the door. 286-3154

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