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Noah “Bud” Ogle and wife Cindy settled here in the White Oaks Flats area of the Smokies in 1879.They were told this rocky area wasn’t fit for farming but made a livin on their 400 acres anyway. This cabin is located on the road joining The Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains


  • Jay Stockhaus
    Jay Stockhausabout 3 years ago

    Fantastic capture of this wonderful place. Great toning.

  • Tim Denny
    Tim Dennyabout 3 years ago

    Great capture and processing job

  • Antanas
    Antanasabout 3 years ago

    awesome work

  • Fred Mitchell
    Fred Mitchellabout 3 years ago

    They were hard workers to make a living from that spot. Great shot and story

  • Maria Dryfhout
    Maria Dryfhoutabout 3 years ago

    What stories this place could tell…

  • WatscapePhoto
    WatscapePhotoabout 3 years ago

    Superb capture of this historic place. The sepia processing works a treat. Excellent gary

  • Seth  Weaver
    Seth Weaverabout 3 years ago

    A stunning rustic cabin. Bud and Cindy were tougher than the land that they lived on.

  • Dale Lockwood
    Dale Lockwoodabout 3 years ago

    Timeless, I can imagine Bud and Cindy sitting on the porch

  • ppickett
    ppickettabout 3 years ago

    great vintage touch !

  • millymuso
    millymusoover 2 years ago

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