Pollywog Holler in Western New York State was our One Tank Trip about 25 years ago. The location has become a fixture in my speeches over the years. After the story was televised I started getting letters from folks who had taken my advice and booked a weekend at Pollywog Holler. Most had a great time and enjoyed the cabin, the sauna and even the sculptures in the woods. But, there was one couple that apparently did not listen closely to what I said on television about there being no electricity or running water. I usually repeat their letter of complaint at my talks, especially the part where they are outraged that I did not better explain that “non-electric and primitive” means no lights and no flush toilets.”
Sadly, Bill Castle, the founder or Pollywog Holler and sometimes sculptor, passed away earlier this year. I understand his family is continuing the operation of the rustic inn and have even added new events. Check their website in the segment for the latest prices and things to do.
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