Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes
That is Jemimah and Matt's store/coffee shop. They have the most wonderful sweets and ice cream too. AND coffee. They are locals who are trying to make a go of this tiny business at the crossroads. He guides a dory for fishermen on the French Broad. She encourage local craftspeople to display and sell in the shop. Laurel River Store also has a presence on FB. I am so glad to have lived in the area long enough to know and support locals! Thanks for including them in your photos.
It's a wonderful store with some of the best wildflower honey I've ever tasted. Jemimah is a sweetheart.
I love them all. The very things that would have caught my eye. I'm going to go out and find that store next time I'm mountain riding.
I kept trying to figure out what was behind that window in the log wall...which didn't seem to have a roof. You mystery writers leave us hanging, don't cha? Those are such diverse and interesting photos!
I love road trips! This one looks like great fun. Love that little house in the last photo.
I'm wonderin what that Fisher man is fishin for, could it be bugle mouth bass cause the water is so muddy?
Jim, trout, actually. The water is normally quite clear but there'd been a big rain the day before.
I was just funning
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