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Refresh in a log cabin in Thomaston


Refresh in a log cabin in Thomaston

tiftonFebruary 20, 2011
By Christine Tibbetts/The Tifton Gazette

TIFTON — Logs felled in 1885 lulled me to sleep one February evening in a Georgia community far from anywhere familiar, and alluring because of

My log cabin was well chinked and the down comforter well stuffed, keeping me warm and contented. I’m a city girl originally, so the log cabin holiday meant more to me than traveling partner husband who was born in one.

Serenity is what happens in this five-room cabin, and its next-door-neighbor log cabin, on a lovely diverse stretch of rolling land in Thomaston, 65 miles southwest of Atlanta.

Go because you’re calm and like life that way, or go because you want to discover how to be still.

Stillmeadows is what owners Rick and Mary Pat Jones call their place, with good reason.

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Going Green with a Green Roof


 gogreenStillmeadows Cabin Owners Rick and Mary Pat Jones both have a passion for gardening and a deep love for the country. However, Mary recently fell in love with the idea of a green roof, also known as a living roof, and has tried her hand at the new garden idea, which is conveniently located on top of their newly added on bonus room of their home.

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