You can find our formal bio on the site here, but we also wanted to share a bit more about us outside of the where are you from and the what did you do before this. From our Lindsey and Rockland favorites to some other questions you likely haven't thought of, here's a peek behind the owner's quarter's private sign.
Raleigh’s Inn Favorites
Room: Seven because its tucked away in the back corner, large room with fun design
Breakfast: Belgian Waffles with fruit compote
Rockland Restaurant: Wasses Hot Dogs
Eric’s Inn Favorites
Room: Eight for its view of Main Street and the Lindsey courtyard, light & airy
Breakfast: Eggs Benedict
Rockland Restaurant: Depends are what I’m in the mood for… the best burger Cafe Miranda and artisanal sushi Suzuki’s
We also thought it would be fun to get to know us outside of The Lindsey. We hope you enjoy these random internet questions as much as we did.
What’s your favorite way to spend a day off?
Raleigh: A slow morning wake up with no alarms followed by a decedent brunch. A drive to explore somewhere new, ideally a blend of downtown charm and beautiful nature. Capped with dinner on the water.
Data: Dog park, car rides to hikes, FOOD, treats, snacks, squirrels
Where’s the next place on your travel bucket list and why?
Eric: Sail to Bora Bora, no, Morocco and Western Sahara, wait, Mauritania. I’d also throw Mongolia in there. I can’t decide… But somewhere off the beaten path.
Raleigh: Bali! The inexpensive luxury paired with the beautiful landscapes and history.
What's the best joke you've ever heard?
Eric: Why shouldn’t you let a tyrannosaurus drive a car? Because T-rex!
Raleigh: Where does the General keep his armies? In his sleevies.
What would be the title of your memoir?
Eric: Working title: Trying to Get By
Raleigh: Grace: Bumping through the World with Very Little of it
Data: Snacks on a Plane: Confessions of a Well-Traveled Canine
If you could go back to anytime in history, where would you go?
Eric: Ancient Egypt in imperial Roman times, under Cleopatra
Raleigh: The Gilded Age when the business tycoons had more money then could be spent and not a single luxury was spared.
When making a PB&J sandwich, do you put on the peanut butter or jelly first?
Eric: Whatever is closest, usually peanut butter. A note, peanut butter goes on one piece of bread and jelly the other. Then you put them together. Both on the same slice, it’s not my jam.
Raleigh: Peanut butter, the only right answer
Data: Peanut butter only for me please. Hold the jelly… and the bread.
Would you rather have your dishes or clothes be magically clean?
We can't wait to meet you and share some more recommendations and laughs!
Raleigh & Eric Churchill
Owners, The Lindsey Guest House