The "Broken Goose" reveal is interesting. I first thought that Angel was labeling herself as broken, what with the poor marriages, but on second consideration it could also be a reference to Papa Goose's convalescence, which would connect with an Inn very well. Perhaps it's a double meaning?
The description was done well, I could easily see the Inn with the sign, and Angel standing out in front of it. The dialogue and inner reflections made all the characters feel human, which is a skill I must commend you for. I enjoy works that show thought in foundations. For example, setting up her childhood to build expectations that would go unmet in reality makes me think that you could build something with a powerful emotional payoff (should you continue of course).
While good on their own, the descriptions can feel a little cumbersome. For instance: "A stranger walking by the bright yellow Victorian house with the white wrap around porch over looking the ocean would have seen a woman of perhaps sixty, dressed in blue jeans and a flannel shirt, shirt tails flapping in the breeze." is one sentence that could have easily been two or even three. Keep the content, it's good, but space it out a little. A few more hints as to when things like the phone calls and the visitors arriving are in relation to each other would help as well.
Still a little rough around the edges, but full of promise. Please continue your work with this.