Hillary Clinton was snapped at breakfast looking at her phone at the Mohonk Mountain House in Upstate New York. (Carolyn Ryan via Mike Smith, Twitter)

Another Hillary Clinton sighting was posted to social media on Wednesday — and this time she wasn’t found in the woods.

Instead, the failed Democratic presidential candidate was spotted at breakfast looking at her phone at the Mohonk Mountain House in Upstate New York. Carolyn Ryan, senior editor for politics at the New York Times, shared the picture on Twitter, giving photo credit to her former colleague Mike Smith.

Mohonk Mountain House, which is located 90 miles north of New York City, describes itself on its website as a “Victorian castle resort” along the banks of Lake Mohonk in the Hudson Valley. While it doesn’t say it offers a respite for recently defeated candidates, the family-owned and operated resort does claim to be the “[p]erfect for idyllic family vacations, romantic escapes and instant getaways.”

Some people on social media had a bit of fun with the picture, suggesting that Clinton is deleting emails — a reference to the controversy surrounding the 33,000 emails she deleted from her unauthorized private email server used during her time as secretary of state.

Since Clinton lost the election to Republican Donald Trump on Nov. 8, public sightings of the Democrat have been rare besides a few public speaking engagements. However, in the days following the election, a few people posted pictures to social media of random run-ins with Clinton, prompting “Saturday Night Live” to create a mystery hunter spoof called “The Hunt for Hil.”

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