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Category Archives: bed and breakfast

Picnic baskets, they way they oughta be

Ok, I’d like to think I’m fairly intelligent, but have to admit that it took me fifteen years (that’s right, years) to finally figure out that when folks leave here with a picnic basket, it should be a memento of their time in the mountains, not a Made in China purchase. Good heavens. Years. Yesterday, […]

Trout Fishing – complete with rod & reel and mini-tackle box with lures $5

Mountain Heritage Trout Waters program makes it a piece o’ cake to fish for trout while you’re staying with us!

Casa Blanca – queen of the lilies

The first of the Casa Blancas has bloomed – I always hold my breath, waiting for these regal beauties.  There’s nothing quite like the pure white blooms, so much larger than any other flower I’ve grown.  And the scent is divine! I took the photo below this morning, unretouched, and the white of the lily […]

Guest Blogger? How about Guest Poet…

Shh.. I have a secret
That I just have to tell
I met a fairy godmother
Into the rabbit hole I fell.

Appalachian Mountains? Smokies? Blue Ridge?

The Smoky Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, and Appalachian Mountains all come together for you at Timberwolf Creek.

Quarterversary – the 3 Month Anniversary Gift List

I love my brides.  You all know that I do.  Grooms are pretty ok, too. And they’re always saying, once the wedding ceremony’s done and they’re heading back home, “We’re definitely coming back for our anniversary!”  I’ve taken to responding, “You don’t have to wait a year.  You can come back on your 3-month anniversary.” […]

Horses in the pasture come to greet me

The air is fresh and cool after a good rain. The only sound is coming from the creek. It’s hard to describe how serene it is. You have to just see it for yourself.   —Larry

Buttermilk Pancakes – light as air and lots tastier

The meringue makes the pancakes say, “Poof!” when they hit the griddle.

Daffodils, Lilacs and Hostas – Oh My!

It must be April! The daffodils have already been blooming like mad in an early spring frenzy. The one pictured here is a late-comer (if you can imagine a daffodil being late on the first of April. But isn’t he a beauty, all white and dapper with his pale yellow collar…     His name […]

s’More Apples

teeny tiny itty-bitty micro mini squishy marshmallows

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