There is nothing more exciting but to leave the paved road and meander up the gravel road and have a baby fawn cross the road RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU. You don't have time to take a photo except in your memory. Oh what tiny creatures they are. It is truly amazing how they blend in with the forest. You never know when it is going to be a fawn, deer or a flock of turkeys. Come enjoy driving to Julie Falls every day.
Mother's Day weekend the yard was exploding with color. Azaleas were in bloom. Hostas popping out of the ground. Daffodils in full bloom. Variety of ferns coming up and showing off. A definite tribute to all mothers including mother nature.
Hummers arrive every year around April 16th. My husband marks his calendar every year to put the feeders out and damn if they don’t show up! They are very demanding and want to know why the feeders are not full of their favorite drink. They will
This web page is all about Julie Falls, a beautiful home tucked away in the Tusquittee Mountain range of western North Carolina. With this blog I hope to share some of the "color" of this area with stories and tidbits of information. I hope you enjoy.