In a perfect world I would be writing on my deck with a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains always above my monitor.
In a perfect world I would be making a living from the time and effort I put into this family of websites.
I would, in that perfect world, be living my “Mountain Dream.”
Since none of the above is true, my “Mountain Dreams” are still in the dream form and this site is one of the places I use to envision the dream. As part of the dream is to earn a living in these mountain I love, this site is envisioned as a commercial endeavor.
So…To be upfront right here at the top of the page…While not all links found in these pages will earn anything toward living that dream, some will. So if you follow a link and it leads to a sales page, or you see a link in my sidebar…There is a good possibility that I will receive a fee or commission.
Thanks for stopping by.
The Dream Continues…
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