This primitive embroidery on an old quilt caught my eye at a recent trip to the wonderful Museum of Appalachia. The creativity, colors, and design are outstanding.
My blog got hacked. Although the timing was not of my choosing, it gave me an opportunity to give Sharps Chapel Living a new look since the old site was toast. Life IS an adventure.
Just purchased a new Kubota tractor. No more walking behind the brush cutter to mow the field.
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I’ve always entered Sharps Chapel from Rt 33 onto Sharps Chapel Rd. I honestly thought that was the only way into our little peninsula-of-a-world. One way in. One way out. Not so.
A Sunset Bay resident recently shared that she was coming home from New Tazewell, and there was an accident on Rt 33 that was going to tie up the road for 5 hours. She was able to follow someone else “home” via some backroads to bypass the accident.
Basically, she took Carr Ridge Rd (across from Rock Harbor developement) off Rt 33 and took a series of lefts to make her way to Leadminebend Rd., which dead-ends onto Sharps Chapel Rd.
I’ve included a Google maps above so you can study the route. I, for one, plan on taking it into town, some day, just for fun. You never know when you’ll need to use it yourself. Life is an adventure!