My prayer is that immediately when you get out of your car…you feel it, a different rhythm, a different energy, a slower pace that comes to life right in front of you. That our ole country dogs come running out to greet you with such love and acceptance and that you sense the love in the air. There is a good chance that C.J. our goat who was raised in our home comes to greet you right alongside the dogs.
We hope you can feel immediately that out here it isn’t important what you do, where you come from, your political beliefs or where your spiritual doctrine originates. We just want to meet you where you are with love, kindness and compassion. We believe that if you make it out here, our paths are supposed to cross and on some level, we need each other and it is a holy encounter and we are honored you made it here.
The barn is the heartbeat of our place where most group gatherings take place. It is filled from floor to ceiling with antiques, hardware, linens, lace, buttons and so many other old forgotten things just waiting to be brought back to life through new creations.
Just outside the barn is where our llama Loula Mae, our sheep Mary Ellen our 13 goats and chickens call home. We have church pews right outside the fence if you aren’t quite ready to be loved up on by all these animals.
We have a 6 passenger and a 3 passenger Kubota that helps us get around our 27 acres. A short ride down in the holler and you can have a picnic in a field, lay on your back in the grass, hang out on the front porch of the cabin, wade through the creek or visit our 4 horses in the back pasture.