Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Come to the mountain this week-end. The cottage is available .
Call today. 931 598 9871 Have a perfect week-end.
Open yourself up to nature, just like this Passionflower,
which is the the official state wildflower/vine of Tennessee.
Posted by Mesha Provo at 12:48 PM
Monday, April 27, 2015
Native plants are truly the best when they gave a burst of blooms to enjoy.
This week-end they will still be bloom, come see for yourselves. Call today.
Posted by Mesha Provo at 9:30 AM
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Sunday, April 19, 2015
Red Rocking chairs are on the front porch at Red Oak Hollow; what would you expect?
Enjoy your morning cup of Joe, as you plan your day on our
Listen to the birds sing, there is a bird feeder , hanging from a tree, just a comfortable distance away,
Be part of hummingbird hijicks, as they buzz from one hummingbird feeder to the other, which are located at each edge of the porch.
Rock and talk with your loved ones, as the slowest of the mountain settles your mind.
Yes, now you are relaxed. You are ready to celebrate your child's graduation celebrations. Isn't that why you came to the mountains in the first place.
Posted by Mesha Provo at 11:46 AM
Thursday, April 16, 2015
The lilacs will knock you out with their old fashion scent.
I have one in back of the cottage and one in the front of the cottage in bloom right now.
The mountain is turning green.
The wildflowers are abundant.
The waterfalls are rushing.
Book this week-end, arrive on Friday and have a great week-end enjoying
nature at her best.
Posted by Mesha Provo at 6:06 PM
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
This the entrance to the University to the South and more importantly the parking lot for
Shake Rag Hollow. If this is your first "Howdy Do" to this wildflower and waterfall mecca hike; just imagine what awaits you.
Book today for the few remaining days of April. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.
Can you only escape for one Saturday night? I have April 18th available!!!!!
Posted by Mesha Provo at 6:26 PM
Monday, April 06, 2015
I happy to announce that the celebrated author will be on our mountain this week-end.
Author Richard Louv, who coined the term "nature-deficit disorder" and wrote the groundbreaking book Last Child in the Woods will be the keynote speaker for the Friends of South Cumberland's Trails & Trilliums Festival in April. "We are delighted to host internationally acclaimed environmentalist Richard Louv," said FSC president Ty Burnette. "His powerful message on the importance of connecting children to nature is central to the FSC mission and one we are proud to share." Following publication of Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder, Richard Louv sparked a debate that began an international movement to reconnect kids and nature. He introduced the concept of nature-deficit disorder; influenced national policy; and helped inspire campaigns throughout North America. Louv will present a program for educators on April 10 and give an address on April 11.
Keynote Talk: "The Nature Rich Life" Richard Louv will present a keynote talk and book signing during Wine & Wildflowers, Saturday, April 11 at 6:00 in the Assembly Auditorium. Tickets for the wine and cheese reception and the talk are $20 a person, payable at the door or online. Following his talk, there will be a chance to purchase and get autographs in copies of the brand new 10th Anniversary Edition of Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder.
Posted by Mesha Provo at 10:43 AM