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There are several other trails that branch off of the Seneca trail which are highly recommended for you to explore while on your stay here. This Includes the Allegheny mountain trail which follows the ridge top above the Seneca valley. Horton trail is one of many favorites that offer a wonderful view of the uninhabited mountainsides. The natural wildflowers and amazing views make this a great place to hike and explore. This trail leads up to Spruce Knob which is the highest point in West Virginia if you follow it for several miles up hill. You should first print out a map of the Seneca creek area so that you can research and plan your hiking nature adventure prior to visiting this area. Even though the trails are marked it is nice to know how close you are to each trail head and where to watch for the trail marker just in case a bear has gnawed up the wooden sign (which you will see). 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Again, you will need to cross the creek if you plan to continue on the pathway through the canyon and this is probably the hardest place to cross as you see that very few have made a place to cross before you. The trail becomes more and more overgrown and may begin to wonder if you should continue. But if you have studied your trail map you will see that further down the creek canyon is a place called The Falls of Seneca. It is no doubt worth the effort to find this place that few have ever or will ever visit in the modern day garden of Eden at Seneca Creek West Virginia.

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I remember one shelf had old antique flat irons on each end. I also recalled one time when we were decorating a bed and breakfast we were building. Money was always a problem then. This place had lots and lots of rooms and lots and lots of windows that needed drapes and curtains. We just did not have the dollars to take care of the problem. The solution was to buy pretty, but inexpensive flat twin sheets. However, we could not buy just the flat sheets; we had to take the fitted ones with them also. We used the fitted ones to make the valances and used the flat ones to make the mid length sides hanging down. They really looked nice and cost about a 10th of what drapes would have cost. Matter of fact they looked so good, we never did replace them with regular drapes. In the event you only needed to cover a few windows, you could probably find some nice sheets at your local Good will store for a really reasonable price. I found some for only $1.00 and $2.00 each. 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We took one old shed down and we re salvaged enough barn board to make all our kitchen cupboards with it. It was very nice with the grey weathered wood. Our only expense was the black wrought iron type hinges and handles we had to buy. We used old copper pots with holes in the bottom as waste paper baskets. Old galvanized pails that no longer held water were utilized as magazine holders in various rooms. Boys, did people think we were clever! An old copper oval wash tub we found in the field was recycled as a wood holder next to our fireplace. Sometimes I did nothing more than shine them up and put a sealer on them. On the old galvanized pails, I spray painted them flat black and painted a tole design on them. An old steamer trunk found for $2.00 became a great coffee table. I made some great throw pillows from a huge box of old ties that I bought one time at an auction for 50 cents. 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This never failed to charm anyone who came to the house for the first time. Plus we loved it! I could go on and on. I guess what I am getting at here, is that the universe is full of abundance and all you need to do is to think 360 degrees about things and your world will start filling up with so much stuff, it will be amazing. As I reflect on all this, I realize that those things we did in the old days out of necessity are things that are considered charming dcor now. She is a cancer and stroke survivor who is able to strive forward each and everyday to welcome the beauty of this small planet. She also is a China Porcelain painter, Sandblasting Etching, Stained Glass fused glass Artisan. She is one of the six KY Artists who worked 6 months to create the dolls for Journey Jots in 2006 and a Smithsonian Institute art exhibit in 2008. 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He obviously didn't have time or the manners to say "excuse me", but the kitchen staff got used to it and we learned not to take offense, that was just the way he worked. Usually in the kitchen, everyone works at a fast pace during service, things might be said that under normal circumstances wouldn't be, tempers can get heated, but staff all have the same goal, to create a beautiful meal, and have it served in minimum time. There is no time for petty arguments, or grudges, everyone has to pull together in order to have a co operative working kitchen. Then when the service is over that is the time for apologies between staff,maybe debriefing,differences aired,and opinions given,then everything is back to normal until the next service. Though it's a fast paced job at times, it can be so rewarding. The skills learnt are with you for life and you'll never be without a job, as people always have money to eat out and that's just the cooking skills you will acquire. 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