I went down river the other day and it seems the birdhouses on the retaining wall in Moscow has grown. This image was taken a few years back I think.
It really is incredible to see the creative houses made from simple colorful ones to hard hats, oars, the shape of animals, some with names of a business and even the state of NJ. (one of our regulars made that one)
So when you are on your way up to visit us or Jackman, keep an eye out for the wall in Moscow. The only precaution I have is if you choose to slow down to take in all of it, put your flashers on and stay to the side of the road. There really is not an easy place to pull over there.
In each cabin, we offer our guests an information book. In here we include information about your cabin, our policies, why we put signs up around the camp (for those who need reminders of when to put out trash, why not to use our guest towels to clean your atvs, what the smell of maple bacon does to a cabin (LOL), and how to get the best wifi signal). Included are ideas of what to do here at camp or around Jackman; trails, local eateries, and tidbits like where to spot moose.
We also have a section called “Our Journal” that we update every year in May on our anniversary here at Cozy Cove Cabins. Basically, in Our Journal, we share what we have done over the past year, both with the cabins or anything fun we did. Plus we try to include any updates around town.
The reason I mention this here in our blog is because one of our guests today commented to me on how much she enjoyed reading it, learning of all we have done over the past 17 years, and finding things to do with her and her family. This yearly project to update It is a bit of a chore, although fun too as we review our accomplishments. Plus, we hope to offer information our guests may need and want to enjoy their time in Jackman.
SO to hear that it helped them and was enjoyed by a guest, is all the reward I need.
Thank you Stephanie.
And remember, we as well as others who stay in your cabin, enjoy reading what you did when you were here. Drop a few lines in the journal and best of all, read what others wrote.
We hope everyone is having a good summer.
As our guests know, we always send out confirmation emails after a reservation is made. This summer especially, we are finding that many of our emails are going to the recipients spam box. I am not sure why though. Maybe it is has something to do with Covid and extra precautions? Or maybe it is because I have links included in the email to help our guests understand Maine guidelines.
Whatever the reason, if you have or make a reservation with us and do not receive a confirmation within 24 hours, check your spam box. If it is not there, give us a call. Please note that correspondences that originate from me come from firstname.lastname@example.org.