The View from Inside


Sometimes I get busy then I look up and am stopped by the reminder of what an amazing place this is to live where all I have to do is open my eyes to see the beautiful hills around me. I’m very lucky.


  1. Melody says:

    How lucky you are. I sure miss living in the country. My horses,chickens,rabbits,and I also had milking goats.Keep up the good work.

  2. margiesbooboo says:

    and that is what is drawing me back home. i can’t wait for closing, i may burst if it doesn’t happen soon. i’m not interested in packing anymore but it has to be done. soon i’ll be home again.

  3. Lisa Carper Stott says:

    There is no view greater than a WV view. I am finally excited that I have my little piece of heaven in GAY, WV. It makes me GAY!

  4. Shelly says:

    Very nice view.

  5. Tracey In Paradise Pa. says:

    How utterly BEAUTIFUL!! You are blessed!! :happyflower:

  6. Carmen Smith says:

    That is a wonderful, beautiful view you have!!!

  7. Sarah says:

    So BEAUTIFUL!! I absolutely LOVE the Appalachian mountains. I’ve never been to WV but I am very familiar with NC, GA, and TN. Would love to live in the mountains someday. 🙂

  8. MissyinWV says:

    Gorgeous!! :yes:

  9. Miss Becky says:

    serenity now :yes: :yes: :yes:

  10. Angelia May says:

    I would so love that. Instead, I get to enjoy your pictures. Keep em coming 🙂

  11. Susan says:

    Your view is very similar to mine! :yes:

  12. Mary in Memphis says:

    You are, indeed, lucky. Beautiful kids, great husband, fabulous views and goats, sheep, pigs, chickens, ducks, dogs and cats. All those things outweigh Mean Rooster. Happy Fall.

  13. .Nancy in Iowa says:

    How beautiful and peaceful! I would also love to be in the mountains, but for now I am very happy in my corner of Iowa. I look out my window anytime I want a view of trees, fields (next year it will be corn) and the Loess Hills about 10 miles away. Very calming!

  14. Darlene says:

    I love where I live in GA. 10 Minutes from TN and 15 From NC. We go up to Copperhill, TN, across 64 into NC and down 60 back home again. It’s a breath-taking drive during “Leaf Season”. (And we have the tourists to back up that statement!)

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