Wednesday, February 11, 2015

About Us
This God-Inspired vision of Husband and Wife is a response to his Blessings on our family.  Together, we have created this cabin as a love letter and a retreat to those who serve others.
May he forever bless this home as a place for healing, help and hospitality.  And may we
Always remember to be unconditionally generous in helping others with the abundance he has allowed us to enjoy.

At Log Cabin in Smoky Mountain we support a charity near and dear to our hearts. We volunteered for a couple of year protecting the Elk from tourists wanting to pet them, and we protected the tourists from Bull Elk protecting his cows.
You may also help support this worthwhile charities by making a wish at the pond located at the entrance to the cabin. All change and contribution will go to the charities below...

Since the park can't make a profit we donate to the "Friends of Smokies" Elk project!

Elk use to roam the meadow and forests of the Smokies because of logging and over-hunting they couldn't survive, so Wildlife managers at the park reintroduced 25 animals in 2001 and 27 more in 2002 into Cataloochee, the far southeastern portion of the Park in North Carolina.
Today the parks herd has grown to over 150 animals. You can view these beasts at Cataloochee and Oconoluftee Visitor center in the big fields on 441 north of Cherokee, North Carolina in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Charitable donations go toward helping this herd.