Talking leaves is a Cherokee Indian term for the observed written communication between the first settlers to Northern Georgia. Not understanding the concept of written communications before then, the Cherokees called the pieces of paper passed along by settlers “talking leaves”. However, after a few minutes rocking on the porch of Talking Leaves Cabin, one would easily identify the double entendre of the cabin’s name. The leaves surrounding the cabin rustle prior to the breeze reaching you, as if “talking” to you letting you know of the approaching breeze.
The Cabin is in a mountain country setting surrounded by nature and trees. It is away from the hustle and bustle of the city. While driving down the road to the cabin you feel like you are going into another world. So leave your worries behind. The Cabin was built in 2002 and is located on a mountain ridge. The long range breath-taking layered mountain views and the beautiful sunsets that can be seen from the back balcony of the cabin are spectacular. Memories are made here.
Keywords: Log Cabin