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Monday, March 15, 2010

Our move to Tennessee - Part 2

After crossing the Tennessee River, we were very near our new home. We drove back roads for what seemed like forever (but Mum says it really wasn't, we were just excited!).

This road is on the way to our lane.

Here we are getting closer to our lane.

Ahh...here's our lane!

We finally got to our new home at about 4:30. Mum had hired some extra guys to help unload the truck because my Uncle's brother in-law had to be at work the next day and they needed to drive back that night.

They had the truck unloaded in just a couple of hours. The guys stayed and put together our bed and our big desk, helped Mum rearrange things a little. And store some items upstairs in our loft.

The cabin is pretty small compared to what we are used to, but we plan to spend lots more time outdoors than in when we can! The cabin is on 8 acres of open land with some pasture, and surrounded by 100 acres for hiking. Hmmm...wonder if Mum should look into updated and current life insurance rates, BOL!!!

Oh and one of the best parts is we found out there have been trails carved out so there will be lots to explore.

Here's a view from our back porch....

And here's a view from our front porch! Yep, those are horses in the pasture...rescued horses that now have a new home, just like us!

We've spent a lot of time the last few days getting things inside the cabin organized. Mum, Gracie and I have walked around a lot, since we don't have a fenced area yet. We explored the open areas and have a nice place picked out for the agility field.

There are other cabins on the property too, which is nice, so we don't have to be out here all alone. And we met our neighbors, they are super great!

One of our neighbors is Roxie! She has full run of the land and is really nice. We got to play with Roxie in the dog run that's on the property the other day. It's really cool, and has a real, authentic log cabin as a play house, can you believe that!

Here are a couple of pix of us in the dog run.

Here's the little log cabin doggie door, BOL!!!

We think there are treats in there!

And here we are meeting Roxie! Gracie and I both are crazy about her!

Well that's it for now. Mum's gotta concentrate on work for the next day or so...and the weather has turned a bit cold. But we'll have lots and lots more to share!

11 comments:

  1. Howdy! Nice to meet another fellow Tennessean! Yer new place looks boo-ti-mous! We live in the woods too.

    Feather, Darla, Pappy, LizzaBelle & Skippy the Foster Dude ^..^

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  2. Wow, Johann. We sure are glad you made it, and it sounds like it was a pretty smooth trip! All that land to explore! you and Gracie are lucky pups!
    your pals, Morgan & maisie

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  3. Glad to hear y'all made it safely and soundly to your new home! We have been wondering how you were doing. Looking forward to lots more photos! So far, it all looks fantastic!

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  4. WOW!

    That looks inkhredible!

    We are glad woo made it and are getting settled in so furry well!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra & Khousin Merdie

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  5. Glad to know you made it safely to your new home! It looks just beautiful--my dad would like the roadcuts especially.

    Woofs, Kharma

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  6. How exciting! @foreverginger lives in Tennessee and @BearBearD is moving there from California. You will all be neighbors! I live in Furginia - a piece of my state touches your state!

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  7. Wow! What an awesome spot you have! You are going to have many, many fun adventures!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

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  8. Congratulations on your move! You are all very brave to face such an adventure. Your new home looks great -- lots of room for you and Gracie! Have fun exploring.

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  9. That looks like a pawsome place where you is living Johann! But now when I go visit gramma in St. Louis I will has to detour to Tennessee to gib you a shoutout as we drive by! (PS - we is still brushing teefs but not every day. I made mom a deal. We do it 3 times a week and I hold my lip up for her all by myself like Elvis lip BOL. She likes that idea.)

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  10. Wow, what a wonderful new home! I've driven from California to Tennessee twice-my mommy is from Tennessee! There are lots of great trees, trails,smells!! You guys are going to have so much fun!!!

    Woof

    Velcro

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  11. What a beautiful spot it seems to be!
    Good luck in your new home.

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