A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
love that! 'a right smart view!' :)
Love to see the old cabin and fence
Totally sweet view of that log cabin with rock chimney surrounded by rustic rail fence! Sweet click and the post processing is lovely!
weird. my comment disappeared? so wild & weird. ( :
i was just saying i love log cabins & that stone work. ( :
Love love, love that log cabin and fence. Excellent!
Glad for the reminder of Willy Nilly Friday I will see what I can find to post.
The pictures are truly beautiful! Where is this, near Roanoke? Yes, everything is overgrown here as well, it is hard even finding a view to snap the sunset. We have bears, too! Well, not US, but people around us get them in their garage, and they try to come through the kitchen windows. Makes me glad we do not have a garage!
I love that cabin and the fence. So special
Love the cabin but it doesn't look very weather tight! ;-))
I really like that cabin as well as its chimney.
Nice old cabin and what a view!
I can see that the cabin had a very beautiful view! Wonderful photos!
I love those kinds of fences! The cabin is nice, too!
I always enjoy the Parkway scenes! Great fence find. Lovely images..
That's a right smart view that is! I can hear the expression from my childhood. Great photos Tanya, a beautiful old log cabin and I bet it has a few stories to tell if only walls could speak.
I love that little cabin. I need one on my farm!
It's an apt description!
Ooooooo love the old log cabins and the rustic rail fences too. I think I should have lived in the old west.
These are great. That cabin is so sweet!
Gorgeous photos! I was there but it was years ago.
Nice looking cabin.
That's a great little cabin, but I guess the fence wont keep the bears out.
Love that name, and what a solid looking cabin!
Lovely old cabin and landscape,greeting from Belgium
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The Bears behind...Camping at YELLOWSTONE once. Learned a life-lesson. Bears came through the campground about 11PM. We were in the tent. They sniffed around and went on their way. We had taken bear precautions about food, campsite etc. The couple in a convertable at asite down the road weren't so lucky.In AM, it was arag top in more ways than one.
Love the stone chimney on the old cabin. A right smart view for sure.
not sure I'd like to be in bear country
I love those stone and wood cabins! There are some around here on the State Park golf course.I just drove from Columbus, Ohio to my dad's place in W.V. It's so wonderful here...but there are bears that come down the mountain (Cacapon Mountain) and strew your garbage all over the place if you take it out early. (Doesn't apply to the bear-proof garbage bins, but I've seen a bunch that seem bear-proof...until a bear comes along and proves the opposite!)~
I would spend a few days in that cabin! nice photos!
an, easy to build, fence I guess. Beautiful in it´s own way.
I love those old fences, simple and they look good.
Yikes, I can see right through that old cabin! Great photos of a beautiful area.
What a lovely little cabin!Sorry I've not been commenting lately but a tendinitis (shoulder + elbow) is forcing me to stay away from the keyboard as much as possible - repeated movements of the arm is all I have to avoid...
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)