I almost forgot to tell you about something I learned when I was at Big Cedar Lodge a few weeks ago. It started with me bemoaning the fact that Dottie got all the hair in the family. I have never been able to comprehend this. She said it had nothing to do with heredity.
She swore me to secrecy then revealed that if you go out on the night of a full moon, after having collected the spit of a turtle and combined it with flowering quince petals to make a paste that you rub on your head while standing on one leg it encourages the development of new hair follicles.
I thanked her for this tip and told her I was going to think long and hard on it. Then I ran back to our cabin, took the cinnamon rolls out of the oven, made coffee, and told Mary Ann what she said. We decided rubbing the extra frosting from the pan on our scalps while talking to a female cardinal might just do the same thing.
We also recommend wrapping your head in a warm towel after the frosting application and taking a nap.
If you guessed this was a tall tale carefully crafted in order to allow me to show you 6 more pictures from Big Cedar Lodge you would be right. Everything except the part about wrapping your head after the frosting. That is the whole truth, and nothing but.