Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Looking forward to more!
Sounds and looks great, Vicki. But that's the most unusual looking forge I've ever seen!
I was there about 12 years ago. I remember almost every second. The first time I saw Contra dancing. I took a photography course and we wandered through all the studios. The food was exceptional. Hope to return someday. Have a great week!
Love the Folk School. You got some really great shots.Sam
ha. looks like a fun place to escape when the task mistress will let you...smiles...
The courses kind of remind me of Berea, KY and the college there. NICE little town, too. Thanks for sharing! Gorgeous pics.
Vicki, thank you for introducing me to the Folk School. The setting looks absolutely splendid. It's sort of amusing to see all those laptops at full click in the midst of gentle, green bucolic landscape!xo
Fantastic images of an beautiful place - I am looking forward to see more of it!Wishing you all the best for your stay there,Merisi
The blacksmithing shop is built next too and incorporates and old silo which was obviously the inspiration for the design. It's pretty incredible and I hear the inside is terrific. I'll try to get down there for more pictures.The food is amazing. One lunch salad was lettuce from the garden, cucumbers, red pepper slivers, mandarin oranges, red onion slivers, and giant spicy-battered, fried shrimp! And they make all their bread. Oh, yum!
Where's that edit button? "Next to' and 'an old silo' dang it!
Oh my, for once I didn't have Vicki with breakfast, and look what I missed (deferred till lunch!) Thanks so much for sharing the beautiful pics of Campbell School grounds. Enjoy your time when you're not teaching, as well, that is.
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