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Big Mill Clothesline and the Washington Post

I hear Going Green is now trendy and it is high time. Yes, we hang our sheets on the clothesline.

Washington Post article shows Innkeeper at Big Mill B&B conserves energy by hanging clothes on clothesline | big-mill-clothesline-and-the-washington-post

Eco Friendly Innkeeper Chloe hangs Sheets and Quilts on Clothesline

Big Mill Bed & Breakfast has been Green long before the rest of the world noticed. But they notice now!

In May the Washington Post ran a story on Eco-friendly Inns and used a photo of the Big Mill Clothesline with the innkeeper hanging out sheets. I am thrilled finally be in the main stream, well almost….

Click here to read the Washington Post story where Big Mill was featured.

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Big Mill Bed & Breakfast
Williamston, NC tel (252) 792-8787
www.bigmill.com

DISTANCES to BIG MILL B&B:
90 miles east of Raleigh, NC
103 miles south of Norfolk, VA
94 miles west of Nags Head, NC
145 miles north of Wilmington, NC

Author: Chloe Tuttle

I am a farm girl who sailed the world, returned home to the family farm and opened Big Mill Bed and Breakfast. Join us for a quiet getaway 252-792-8787.

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