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hello from the holler

Dear friends, It’s winter on the farm, perhaps the most wonderful time of the year. We can’t offer the hustle and bustle of the holidays. No crowds, loud holiday music, advertisements over the intercom, not even the not-so-convincing Santa taking gift requests. No worry, the fireplace is...

At Snug Hollow Farm holiday shopping is a somewhat different experience than most. I shop the hills and cedar chests here at my Kentucky farm using natural treasures and collected memorabilia to decorate for the winter holidays Our old becomes new as...

A summer wedding is enchanting. Scott and Rheanan had just such a wedding. Wildflowers, gentle breezes, intimate dinners, and a gentle rain were all called up to make a very special occasion. Nothing could describe it better than their entry in our guestbook……… "It began to rain...

Hello from the holler, April is here with wildflowers, sunshine and lots of gardening projects. We are finding trout lilies, spurge, spring beauties, wild daffodils, and Jacob’s ladder along the trail with more just waiting to burst open. Warmer temperatures gave us a chance for coffee...

“A garden is a valued asset in mountain culture where we grow it, eat it, dry it, or can it. That simple.” My garden is a celebration of the “giving” spirit of Snug Hollow Farm. Long growing seasons, bountiful harvests and restful fallow times are true...