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We were blessed with a beautiful but windy fall day for the 2nd Annual Suwanee Wine Fest. Arriving in plenty of time to unload & stage our tent for the festival, we were greeted and helped by many volunteers to get our wagon unloaded and to...

Fall has finally arrived here in the southern Appalachian mountains. The forest is starting to pop with oranges & reds as the days grow shorter and the nights are cooler. We have had a mild summer but its still so much nicer now to sit...

Martha Stewart's sister Laura Plimpton passed away suddenly this past week. Reading Martha's heart-felt blog post made me really reflect on my feelings and relationship I have with my sister Betsy.We are both very unique individuals, probably with as many things in common as we have different. Betsy...

This upcoming December, we will celebrate six years as full time residents of White county. Our lives are very active and it seems there's always something going on here, so we don't go back to visit friends and family very often in south Georgia. This past weekend was...

Spring is here, the season of rebirth. Watching the forest change, with ferns coming back and trees greenery filling in is always awe-inspiring. This spring, we are especially thankful our grass seed has taken off. The cycle of rain and snow resulted in a red clay backyard and...

Saturday, May 3rd was our product debut at Habersham Winery. There were a few details that had to happen that were outside our direct control, so the week leading up to WineFest, Clark & I were both feeling a bit concerned. However, lady luck smiled upon us as she...

This year, the winter seemed harsher and longer then usual. But suddenly, everything is green and lush, which means that spring is here and we are getting local vegetables once again. We support a family of farmers in southern White County, the Cook's, at Cedar Hollow Farm, by...