Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The Wild Plum

While in Gatlinburg, we went to the Wild Plum Tearoom for lunch. This lovely place is happily situated on the Arts and Crafts trail with a (currently) dry creek bed running next to, and beneath, it. It is a log cabin tea room.

Aaaaah, that's my style: logs, lace, and tea cups! Makes me look forward to the day when we get our log home built and I get to decorate it in much the same fashion.

We had a relaxing lunch while there. It was so good, in fact, that I bought the tea room's cook book before we left. Simple ingredients made into luscious fare:






5 comments:

Sonya said...

This looks very nice. I think it's just the place for Jeff to take me when we take our next weekend getaway!

Lisa Winton said...

That place looks lovely, Amy, what a special treat. I love log cabins, too; I've saved two issues of Log Cabin Homes for over a decade with pictures of my someday dream log cabin. How exciting that you guys are actually planning to build one! We would love to someday, too. Blessings to you all!

Heather Dornan said...

I love tea houses that feel like home. Obviously this one was like that for you. I'm thrilled when I find a gem. Thanks for sharing.

Garden girl Jo said...

I love Gatlinburg and the surrounding area! We go a couple times a year! Anyways, happy to have come across your blog & modest dress exchange!

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Stacy McDonald said...

And you didn't invite me??? Ah...what a heavenly time you must have had. James and I went to Gatlinburg 13 years ago. He was there on a business trip, so we had to stay in a boring old hotel. Cabins in the mountain are more my style. :-) Maybe next time!