Bill is retired after teaching
for 30 years and we have been
farmers all our married life.
Over the years, we have vacationed
with friends at cabins like ours.
Our cabin is Bill's brain child.
He decided that the cabins we had
stayed in had nothing on us. So we
built this cabin with encouragement,
financial backing and LABOR from
our son and daughter-in-law and
daughter and son-in-law. I said
"WE" built this cabin. The cabin
is an Appalachian Log Home from
Tennessee. The logs were shipped
on two semi trucks and assembled
by the company in one week. When
the company left, the completion
of the cabin was ours. The family
did everything except the electric,
sewer, water well and fireplace.
We built this with the idea of
providing a retirement supplement
for us and if it didn't work as a
Bed & Breakfast, it would be our
son and daughter-in-law's new
Being retail fruit farmers for
years, dealing with the public
comes naturally to us.
We feel the private location,
on the back of our property
overlooking a pond, orchard and
vineyard, and the tranquility
of being in the country, and
seeing wildlife allows our guests
to get away from their busy lives,
even if for just a few days to
rest, relax, read a book, view
a movie, soak in the hot tub,
sitting on the porch swing, relax
in our hammock, hike, fish, etc.
Many of our guets have written in
our memory book that "we have a
little piece of heaven."