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Postcards From Maggie Valley – Maggie Valley Fall Decorations

Tuesday , 29, October 2013 Comments Off on Postcards From Maggie Valley – Maggie Valley Fall Decorations

Lunch At Cataloochee Ranch

Friday , 25, October 2013 Comments Off on Lunch At Cataloochee Ranch

This afternoon we took Cindy’s mom and dad to lunch at the Cataloochee Ranch and Ski Lodge. The lunch was good and the views were beautiful.                 Above is a shot of a herd of horses we came across and below is a video of two of the […]

Cindy and I were returning from running some errands today and driving down the main road in Maggie Valley named Soco Road when she suddenly spotted these two fawns grazing in an open field next to the road. Cindy asked me to turn around and I did. Fortunately I had my camera with me and […]

Postcards From Maggie Valley – Fall Decorations

Sunday , 22, September 2013 Comments Off on Postcards From Maggie Valley – Fall Decorations

Today, at 4:44pm EDT, marked the autumnal equinox here in the Northern Hemisphere, the first day of fall and the point in which the Sun is directly above the equator and the hours of day and night are nearly equal. Sadly, I’m not in Maggie Valley today to enjoy our little town’s annual fall decorations […]

The Creek At Wolf’s Haven

Wednesday , 18, September 2013 Comments Off on The Creek At Wolf’s Haven

Our friend Art and his son Artie were Cindy’s guests tonight for dinner (her homemade spaghetti, Mmmmm) and hot showers for both of them. Art has been building his log cabin up on Sheepback Mountain on his own from the ground up for the past 4 years. By “on his own” I mean he cleared […]

Postcards From Maggie Valley – Welcome to Maggie Valley

Sunday , 15, September 2013 Comments Off on Postcards From Maggie Valley – Welcome to Maggie Valley

Here’s the first of a series of posts that will be appearing on this blog under the header of “Postcards From Maggie Valley” which will consist of photos I have taken in and around my home of Maggie Valley, North Carolina.   This is the “Welcome to Maggie Valley” sign on the west end of […]

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