Wild turkeys visit. So do herons, ducks, Canada geese, deer, rabbits, possums, woodpeckers, raccoons, groundhogs, muskrats, and hummingbirds… for starters. So join ‘em! Leave the real world insanity behind for a getaway to Angel Mountain Cabin, nestled in the woods with a view that merely hints of Ashe County magic. You’ll quickly see why the critters keep coming back!

Walk to the New River State Park and its maintained trails or down the nearby country road to the river itself. Hike the on-site trails to the top of Angel Mountain and feed the fish in the two ponds on the premises (just ignore their claims that they haven’t been fed lately). Or do nothing. And then take a nap.

Early spring (Signs of ‘real’ Spring gallery here. Some day the ‘boss’ will put up a summer picture!).

~ Latest Bzzzzzz ~

We have a new addition to the family! Meet Honey :)

Our sweet baby came from the Charleston Animal Society, thanks to Favorite Daughter Katie and Favorite Son-in-Law Paul.

Honey was more than a little shy when we brought her home,
but she has decided this is a pretty comfy new home.


  And it’s most fitting that we brought Honey home on Father’s Day, as she is one big Daddy’s girl….

We highly recommend Charleston Animal Society for the furballs…
and Katie and Paul as matchmakers!

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And… speaking of honey, the bee kids have been BZZZZZZ-y!
In case you missed it, the cabin now has fiber optic connection for the phone, TV, and WiFi!

The cabin shower is also sporting a spiffy new shower head!

And chocolate, too, of course.

So what are you waiting for… blueberries?

Blueberry bush

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