We arrived at our cabin on Chippokes Plantation
around late afternoon on a Friday.
We didn't know what to expect, but we were pleasantly surprised.
The architecture was very simple, with painted board walls and ceilings.
One of the original chimneys was left intact inside,
as were these uneven pine floor planks throughout:
The view from the cabin was enchanting:
The turkey is in the photo, but with its bronze feathers,
it is virtually undetectable in the shadow of the tree line.
Nature's wisdom, I guess.
This was an odd specimen,
reminiscent of the shadbush sprouts I wrote about recently: