We spent the month of July near Ellijay, Georgia in a little cabin on the banks of Mountaintown Creek. The first ten days we were there, I thought I might have to grow webbed feet because it rained so much.
|Raindrops a fallin' over my head......|
|Just up the way|
|And, just past the end of the driveway|
And, then there are the gravel roads. Lots and lots of gravel roads. With hills. Some with very steep hills. Which must be climbed by our little red car in order to get to our cabin which is on a private drive off one of those gravel roads. I swear, I thought we were driving into a rabbit hole when we headed down into that driveway!! It was really just a twisty trail wide enough for one vehicle, all covered over by trees and bordered by more trees and a little stream. Then the trail turned, widened a bit and ran along the bank of that glorious creek to the cabin.
|Looking to the skies|
|The wide part of the trail|
And remember that flat lander thing? We live in a one floor house where we have maybe a 6 inch step up into the house. Once we got to the top of the driveway, it was 30 stair steps over four sections up to the deck. You shoulda seen us unloading the car. Not a pretty sight at all. Once we got up there, we were perched among the tree tops looking directly down onto the creek. Worth every step of it. (Most days, anyway.)
If you'd like to take a look at the cabin, here's the link. I'll be back soon.
Y'all take care.