Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
What a neat place! Did you go inside?I will shoot a butterfly some day... I will shoot a butterfly some day...
I'm looking at that chimney and trying to imagine the conversations that may have taken place around the hearth.
Definitively a great place for inspiration.
How cool that you found Maythorn's grandmother's cabin. It's so nice when visions come true. Imagine what interesting stories were told in that house.Sam
oh it looks like a magical day...that cabin is so cool...that is the kinda place where i want to write the last chapter of life...and cool butterfly pic...
Wow, what a cool place to stir the imagination!!
Your photos convey the magic of the place. I miss woods like that, we don't have them here.
Wonderful place ... ! And I sure wish that I could have a poster of the yellow flowers & butterfly -- WOW.So happy to hear that your trip to California was delightful; awesome photo essay of the sea lions. Having been away from your blog for a few weeks, I don't know if I'll ever catch up! LOL
It's been too long since we went. It'll be on next week's agenda. Thanks. Great photographs.
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Thank you for your kind comment. For me , it's also a pleasure to dicover your country and the past of your family.Beautiful place!The photos of the sea lions were awesome!
Beautiful photography. PS>>>>working on a new book about Madison County? Would love to read another book, you are a great author!!
Stepn'it -- I'm working (slowly) on a book about the Shelton Laurel Massacre during the Civil War.
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