While Hiking the Appalachian Trail, I was having a rough day with ill-fitting shoes a snapped hip-belt buckle and wet, foggy weather. I was sitting on top of a mountain, feeling like [--] and was going over various scenarios that would get me somewhere dry and out of this funk. I telephoned the Dorothy at the B&B after reading about MeadowLark in AWOL's guidebook. At this point in my hike I was low on funds and was looking at the tenting option, reasoning I could stay inside and just sleep outside. At least that way, even though my tent would be wet, I would stay dry and warm for most of my stay. To my amazement and sincere gratitude, she told me that a bed had opened up from a guest who decided to leave a day early and that I could sleep in that room for the same cost. I couldn't believe what I was hearing. It made me feel so good to be helped when I was feeling very low. So, that night I slept in a gigantic bed (It's the one in the photo) in a very nice room, with comfortable carpeting that felt so good on my feet haha. In the morning, she prepared a hearty breakfast that anyone hiker or not, would have fully enjoyed. And best of all, was the time we spent talking. It was just a wonderful experience. Thank You, Dorothy.