Enjoying life's adventures in a secluded mountain cabin

Fall Is In The Air

 

It’s only the middle of August here in the Western North Carolina mountains, which would normally mean that the last of summer’s heat would be lingering and all of us without central heat and air would be praying for a break in what I like to lovingly refer to as the sweat sessions.  Well, not this year.  It’s felt like Fall here on the mountain all weekend long.  Especially yesterday.  Beautiful blue skies with big ‘ol white puffy clouds drifting lazily by.  No humidity to speak of, only the slightest bit of warmth from the midday sun on our faces as we split wood in preparation for Old Man Winter.

It was a glorious day here at the cabin.  After splitting and stacking wood, Mountain Man and I canned some more veggies from our garden and made some more grape jelly.  All in all, we had a very productive Sunday afternoon.

I just feel so blessed to be where I am in this world.

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Comments on: "Fall Is In The Air" (6)

  1. Sounds like a very peaceful living you have & I could almost feel the cold air from the mountains from your description. 🙂
    I’ve also lived in the Blue Ridge mountains for a couple of years. How do you like one of my memories of it? http://monicanastase.wordpress.com/2011/08/17/fiddling-with-life-among-appalachians/ 🙂

    • Thanks for visiting my site and I’m glad you enjoyed my post! I gather that you were at ETSU during your time here in the South? Sounds like you have wonderful memories of your time down here with us. 🙂

      • Yes, I was indeed at ETSU for 2 years and I can honestly say it was among the best times of my life! The people are so exceptionally nice that Humanity takes a whole new outlook. 😉

  2. I’m so glad you enjoyed living in our little neck of the woods for a while. Sounds like you’ve been all over the globe and I’m glad we had such a profound impact on you while you were here in the South.

  3. Gerçekten başarılılar.

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