Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
I love it! Thank you, Vicki!
Exquisite simple details!
Beautiful handcrafted. Thanks for taking us inside to see it's simplicity and beauty.Sam
oh i am glad you got up close and personal with it...so cool...yep def where i want to retire....smiles
How wonderful! I just love these old beauties. I can see some of your characters living in this cabin.
OMG! I can't believe you didn't take me in there when I was at your farm! I love it!
Very nice house, thanks for sharing.
This is a cabin in Cherokee -- in the Oconoluftee Indian Village, Carol.
This is the kind of place I can hold in my minds-eye and 'visit' when I'm stressed. I'll have an old rocking chair there and enjoy the peace. Magical.
My ancestors lived in such cabins, but they weren't Cherokee. Rather, they learned how to build them from the Cherokee and other native Americans. They didn't have structures like that in Scotland or North Ireland. Jim
Good point, Jim!
If only those walls could talk...so steeped in history.Just amazing to me that it is still standing.
Love the cabin. Could do a lot of meditating there. Thanks for sharing this simple loving place.
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