Thursday, January 10, 2013

H is for Hope

Last night while surfing the net I came up with what I hope is a cure for the cabin fever I have. Mr. Vintage has been battling a kidney stone for some time and finally gave in to surgery this week. The surgery went well he is smiling again and I am ready for a change of scenery.
What better to battle cabin fever than a trip, the mountains and a beautiful cabin?

I came across these beautiful cabins in the mountains of Tennessee.



They look so quiet and peaceful nestled in the mountains.



I might not even mind cooking in this kitchen.



Now all I have to do is get Mr. Vintage strong enough to go on a little adventure.  If you are interested, I am 
including a link. The cabins range from one bedroom to humongous!
http://www.firesidechalets.com/

This is not an ad.... just one vintagesouthern mema dreaming!

Please join me atAlphabet Thursday  for some fun adventures.


15 comments:

  1. I am also ready for a trip, but I think I want to go somewhere warm and oceany...

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  2. I think everybody has cabin fever!! We all seem to get this after the chaos of the holidays. This cabin is a cutie..love it.
    Laurie @ Pride in Photos

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    1. I guess that's the price we play for all of the holiday fun.

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  3. Aaaah! That is stunning and I could join you dreaming x :)

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  5. Hope you get there ~ it looks wonderful! Great post for H

    (A Creative Harbor) aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^)

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  6. It is a beautiful cabin. I'm sure you'd have a very relaxing, peaceful time there.
    All the best for Mr Vintage's recovery.

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  7. I'm glad Mr. V is feeling better. Kidney stones are reallty painful. Great cabin pics

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  8. Glad to hear hubby is coming along nicely now. That is not a fun issue to deal with. The mts. of TN are gorgeous. How quaint & welcoming the cabin ... & a trip sounds.

    TTFN ~
    Hugs,
    Marydon

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  9. Awwww. Poor guy. Has he ever tried the coke cure thing for kidney stones?

    One of my friends told me about it six months or so ago.

    I dismissed it because I haven't had a kidney stone in years!

    I got one a few weeks ago and tried it. I don't know if was drinking all that coke or if it was just small but it didn't last very long at all!

    Thanks for linking. I'd love to go to this happy place, too.

    A+

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