Living the life of gardening on the low spot of a North Carolina mountaintop.
Magnificent pics Christopher. I can't believe how the color was in the valleys & green higher up in that 3rd pic. About took my breath away.The tin roof in the second pic-----suggest another life to enjoy the color of the magnificent tree beside it.
Lola I am thinking all that green must be White Pine. If they were Hemlocks they would all be dead skeletons.
To work? I would have a hard time getting anything done with all that you have to look at.
Wow, what a place to work! Glad to hear it made it to at least an even trade with Maui. I guess each place has its very different positives and negatives - but owning one's own land is hard to beat. (:bev
That is high praise for you relatively new home. I haven't seen Maui, but it is hard to imagine anything better than what you have got. :-)Frances
Les that first shot is from the back yard of where I was working. If I did not pay attention, I could easily roll down the hill and break something. The next two pics are from an apple orchard just below the entrance to the neighborhood looking back up.Bev there are a lot of criteria one could evaluate in comparing Maui to WNC. On the beauty scale it is even. The social scale is lacking, but I live in the wilderness and stay busy so much. That and economics will develope over time.Frances there are surely places out west that are awe inspiring. I thought Colorado was a most beautiful place to live too.
The fall colors are magnificent there this year.
It has been another very nice fall Sweetbay. Warm too.
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