As Leo and I sat in the car, we joked that maybe this cabin retreat would have a hot tub.
“Nah,” I told him. “I don’t think so.”
We pulled up to the Sugar Hollow Sequoia cabin at 10:30 p.m. I was struck by how homey it appeared from the outside and how conveniently it was set up inside. As we explored, I wandered to the rear of the living room to scope out the back deck. I wanted to know if I could see any stars.
But eyes were not drawn to the skies. “What IS that?” I asked Leo.
We both started laughing. It’s a HOT TUB!
We turned and gave each other a high five.
Sugar Hollow is a cabin/woods retreat just across the Tennessee border, not far from where I used to live in Bristol. I’ve just been hired to help do some writing for them and get the word out about the place, hence the reason for my visit. You can look for my writings on the Sugar Hollow Web site soon.