Wednesday, July 18, 2012

A Day in the Mountains

Love being able to see mountains everytime I go outside. This was taken riding back from visiting my sister in law Debbie. Nothing beats being in the middle of beautiful NC mountains!
Debbie holding Skyler. I had such a wonderful time catching up with her. We haven't sat down and chatted in years.

This is Debbie's "cabin" she is building in the woods down a long dirt road. It is beautiful inside and out and love its away from the main road.
My niece Nikki holding Skyler. I think he is in love with her. Nikki is now the owner/operator of Perry's Water Garden's. She is working long hours every day at the gardens as well as working a outside job. Here are a few pictures I took around the water gardens:

It was nice being back where I lived when my daughters were born and growing up. Being able to spend time with my sister in law and niece was a extra bonus. Have plans on getting together with Debbie again before going home and to babysit so Megan can have a girls night with Nikki. The days are in the 80's but not humid. The nights are in the 60's and wonderful!  Spending time in the mountains is truly a blessing!


TexWisGirl said...

oh my gosh! that cabin is gorgeous! how NEAT! a dream for so many - realized by few! the water gardens are beautiful, too! wish her much success!

glad you were able to spend some quality time with family and the little one!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh My Heart.... Love that cabin.. It is awesome...

So glad you got to make this trip... I'm sure you needed a nice vacation --and visiting your mountains has got to be the ultimate vacation for you...

Great photos.

Rain said...

Cabin is beautiful -are there more windows on other sides?! Incredible lilies! Just beautiful !! So happy for u to have this family/friend/rejuvenate time Peggy!!!!
Rain :)

MamaDragon said...

What precious baby! The cabin is amazing, so cool to see other people's dream grow and take shape. The mountains are lovely. I miss mountains, I grew up in a vally along side the Rockies, and well there are but a few hills here.

Frugal Table said...

When visiting my hometown in southeastern NC, as soon as I see those beautiful mountains I know I have crossed back into home territory. Always puts a big 'ol smile on my face.