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       Bring your wildflower book; there are wildflowers everywhere. The landscape was designed to attract butterflies, birds and deer. The garden areas are planted with bulbs, perennials and annuals.  Something is always blooming except in deep winter.

      We have hummingbird feeders up in the spring and summer. Other birds are fed year round.  We ask that you fill the feeders. The variety and number of birds that you see will rival any Audobon field trip. We also keep corn to feed the deer at there feeder at the corner of the pasture. Give them a can of corn and it will be gone by morning.  All feed is provided.

Outside the cabin

      The cabin is located in the Brown Mountain Subdivision on 23 acres.  Some of it is wooded and all are criss-crossed with trails.  You can hike to your heart's content.  Your pups will love running the flood plain.  We are very private.

      There are ponds with catfish, bream, and trout. We have over 1200 feet on the Toccoa River.  You can fish from the cleared bank or fly fish in the river.  The catfish/bream pond is a "catch and release only".  We ask that you feed them everyday. Feed is provided. Watch your children! Some of these fish weigh 6 pounds!  The trout pond hidden in the woods is a "Feed Only" pond.  No fishing here!! They are our pets and they are voracious!

      We are nestled in the north Georgia mountains, just 1/2 mile into Fannin County.  This vacation home backs up to the National Forest. The river is stocked weekly with trout and is excellent for fishing, tubing, canoeing or kayaking. We have a beach area where kids and adults can go wading or catch minnows to put in the ponds. 

      Relax in the swing under a gazebo covered with honeysuckle, turn on the fan for a cool breeze, watch the fish feed. In summer build a fire in the outside fire ring and roast some marshmallows.