Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
How charming. Love the stonework on the chimney.Sunny :)
What a charming cabin. Look at the little window by the fireplace. I just want to take a peek inside. Love,Susan and Bentleyxxoo
May you have a sweet week.Neat cabin!Can you imagine living in a tiny cabin in the wilderness?Yes, I can,d
ah, the beauty and serenity of snowfall makes this wonderfully made cabin shine as haven.thank you!
I want to live there!
Looks like a good place to sit by the fire with a good book.
All it needs is some smoke coming out of the chimney. I love it.
There's something so warm and inviting about a cabin, especially on a cold day like we're having in Virginia!
I would like to live in your log cabin, but could we move it away from possiblity of snow? we have log cabins in FL but not like this one. I love log cabins, but here we have to fight termites to stay in them. love the photo. It says to me. from the past!
I think this is wonderful Jo, so picturesque with the snow. This is my fantasy, to have a little cabin up in the mountains, with a roaring fire and a hot cup of tea to sip while I'm feeling all toasty warm.
Now that is one really cool looking cabin.
Love the little cabin, Jo... Where is it???? Smokies? Hugs,Betsy
What a wonderful piece of history. The people who built it and moved into breathed a sigh of relief that they finally had shelter.
Is this your shot or something from the Internet? If your shot, do you get to visit or do you live there? It's beautiful, whatever!
Wow, what an old cabin that is...charming..I'd love to see the inside too!
This would be a wonderful place to spend a wintry day.
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