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I've just been reading through your website and figured out where you were moving too. Welcome Home! You won't be too awfully far from us. It's been a rainy but cool summer..and we are hoping for a mild winter. YOu will be coming home to a beautiful fall I'm sure.

Once again, Welcome back.

Pisgah Forest


Thanks, Tammie, for the welcome. We will be just over the mountain from you, in the next county.

I grew up picnicking and camping at Davidson River. It's a great place and still pulls at my heart. In fact, we had our own sort of "baptism" of Owen there--her first dip in a mountain river took place when she was but a few months old at Sycamore Flats.

The wet Summer should make for a very colorful Fall, for sure. I hope we're there in time to see it.

Thanks again for dropping in and for the welcome home.

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