Baker Road Bakery and North Fork Bed and Breakfast/Gifts

Lisbon,New York USA

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Blueberry French Toast and local maple syrup for breakfast at the B&B today. See the recipe at or

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Three new gift baskets great for Mothers Day just put on North Fork Gifts, check it out!

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Coffee from and maple syrup from
Currently serving breakfast to our guests.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Please Follow My Blogs....

I'm hoping that everyone who is currently following me will please come over and sign up on my blogs. One is for the B&B and the other is for the gift shop. I write about lots on the B&B, the baking,guests, what's happening. On the gift shop blog it's what's up and coming, new things, what's available. I'm beginning some how to and I hope to start some classes soon. At any rate. I won't be posting here so please come and sign up!

I hope to see you there!!!

Monday, March 21, 2011

I can't believe it's snowing again! But I still love it.

Was I ever surprised this morning when I woke up and it was snowing like crazy! Big fluffy flakes and lots of them. If I hadn't been on my way to the Dr. I would have taken a picture. The trees look very pretty all snow covered. You can tell it's not going to stay around. As I returned home, it was a drizzling rain. Ah...the second day of spring!

Saturday, March 12, 2011

The Black Capped Chickadee

Black Capped Chickadees are found both deep within forests and at forest edges. They are also found in rural and suburan areas where there are scattered trees, old fields and parks. Their breeding season spans from early April thru mid May. In the southern part of their range, the season begins in April with the northern regions beginning in May.
Typically, the houses should be placed in yards with mature hard wood trees where there is 40-60 percent sunlight. Black-capped Chickadee houses should be mounted 5 to 15 feet high and spaced one per 10 acres with the entrance hole facing away from prevailing wind. 1 inch of wood shavings can be placed in the house.
The black capped chickadee is a friendly little bird and usually one of the first to appear when a new feeder is placed outdoors. These houses should be placed one per 10 acres. In suburban areas, one may not be able to determine this type of placement. Putting out the house is still a great idea. If the chickadee frequents your yard, they will be looking for nesting sites so it certainly doesn’t hurt to try. Sometimes, as in my own experience, other birds come and take over the house you intended for a particular type of bird. I personally don’t worry about it. I welcome which ever bird wants to use the house and thoroughly enjoy watching the nest building process, the setting, the feeding and the departure of fledgelings. No matter how you slice it, birding is great fun and a fabulous learning experience.