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Wolf’s Haven is at about the 3,800 foot elevation on Sheepback Mountain and we have a “lake” which is more like a small, natural reservoir that feeds our creek at about the 4,900 foot elevation of our 5,000 foot elevation mountain. Last year Cindy and I drove part way up the main road to an […]

Yesterday we ran a few errands in the morning, taking Bella to the vet for her annual shots then walking up from the vet’s office to Main Street in Waynesville to see what might have changed (quite a few things, it turns out) since we left back at the beginning of last November. We stopped […]

We arrived back at Wolf’s Haven and our mountain cabin just about 24 hours ago and it has felt satisfying to be doing things to bring the cabin “back to life”, even for the short amount of time we’ll be spending here and even if that means disposing of a dead body (a mouse was […]

Merry Christmas From Wolf’s Haven

Wednesday , 25, December 2013 Comments Off on Merry Christmas From Wolf’s Haven

We’re not at Wolf’s Haven for Christmas, but I still wanted to wish all a Merry Christmas with this photo of our cabin in the Winter.

Just a few things that have been on or in my mind the past couple of days. Tigger is more accurate than the most precise atomic clock when it comes to his feeding times. 6am and 5pm on the dot and if you haven’t put kitty food in his bowl he is in your face, […]

Rockin’ Florida

Saturday , 19, October 2013 Comments Off on Rockin’ Florida

A couple of days ago Cindy and I were enjoying (read; enduring) our morning walk with Bella up the mountain gravel roads when I happened to glance down and notice this piece of gravel that looked very much like the State of Florida, minus a little bit of panhandle. It’s not a grilled cheese sandwich […]

Misty Mountain Morning II

Wednesday , 16, October 2013 Comments Off on Misty Mountain Morning II

Two more shots of mountain mist in the morning taken with my iPhone 5S.  

Wild Turkeys on Sheepback Mountain

Tuesday , 15, October 2013 Comments Off on Wild Turkeys on Sheepback Mountain

Cindy and I were driving down the mountain the other morning when we spotted this group of wild turkeys making their way across the paved road. These were taken with my iPhone, but from the car and and zoomed in so they are not as clear as I would prefer. Hope you enjoy them anyway. […]

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