|The Mercer Cabin, Gore, Virginia
The Mercer family tent camped for many years over much
of the eastern part of the United States. They sought the
more primitive campsites eschewing most modern
conveniences. With the emerging popularity of wheeled
campers and the accompanying cacophony of modernity,
they decided to find a refuge they could call their own.
Finding a spot in the Shenandoah Mountains of NW
Virginia, they built a cabin on a forested mountain site.
This book recounts, in humorous anecdotal format, their
adventures in developing their dream.
About The Authors
Earnest and Kate have been married to each other for
over 58 years. After Earnest retired from IBM, he and
Kate settled in their hometown Auburndale, Florida. Each
year they spend the summer months at the family cabin
near Gore, Virginia, where they are often joined by other
members of their extended family. Earnest spends time
woodworking and writing, while Kate paints native plants
and animals on porcelain china. They have traveled over
much of the world and have lived abroad in Japan, Hong
Kong, China and South Africa, but always eagerly return
to their beloved refuge on Great North Mountain.
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