When thoughts of ‘getting away’ entered my mind I had a vision of seclusion in the woods. If the lure of the outdoors pulls you yet the ‘roughing it’, camping out, does not fit your idea of getting away this may be the ideal. It was for me. Nestled in a hillside off from the main road down a long driveway surrounded by lush vegetation sat a convenient, wonderful, getaway. A quiet, modern equipped house with DVD, stereo, TV and all other conveniences of home amid the sounds of birds and rustling leaves and the faint sounds of passing automobile traffic in the distance. Ideal for one person seeking alone time or two people, a couple, wanting privacy that includes a shaded deck with propane grill, garden shower, peace, privacy, relief, seclusion and security.
The first indication of the feeling of remoteness was the driveway. Long, unless you know where, easy to miss from the main road. A canopy of trees forming a corridor of shade gave an immediate feeling of isolation, yet an awareness of civilization a heartbeat away. The short trek to the cabin with only the tip of the roof top showing on the way brought me to plateau of serenity, solitude and sunlight filtered by branches and leaves surrounding the house.
Does the thought of looking out a window, sipping tea and watching a variety of hummingbirds at a bird feeder relax you? If knowing that the noise you hear will be of your own creation, feels compelling to you; this might be your ‘get a way’. Does a garden shower, with your imagination as your only walls, give you a liberating feeling? If you find getting away with only the clothes on your back for a few days, a weekend, an ideal time away from home, this could be the place for you.
I found this cabin to be addictive, relaxing, rejuvenating time for me. The atmosphere of this cabin makes me/you want to stay.
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