When you reach these signs along Hoy Rd. you have reached your destination—you are now officially Just Far Enough!
Just after you turn off Hoy Rd. you'll turn into a gravel parking area right in front of your home away from home for easy unloading.
In spring the front entrance is wreathed with rhodedendron.
In spring, azaleas and rhododendron greet guests at the door.
Rhododendron bloom on either side of the front door in spring.
The front entrance is just two easy steps from your parking.
The living room includes a queen-sleep sofa, TV with DISH satellite reception, DVD-player, and wifi reception.
Portraits of Louise Gallery, for whom the house was built, and her husband, Admiral Philip D. Gallery, grace the living room wall.
The dining area is adjacent to the kitchen and living room, and opens via sliding door to the deck.
TV-trays are available for additional people to dine in the adjacent Living Room area.
The open-plan kitchen-living room allow visiting while you cook, and the counter with 5 stools increases seating for meals.
The kitchen includes an eat-at counter with 5 stools, is fully equipped with dishes and cookware, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, coffeepot, toaster, and full stove.
The master bedroom offers a queen-sized bed.
The television in the master bedroom receives the channel the DISH satellite box is tuned to and has a VCR. The master bedroom , with private bathroom, is just off the kitchen and has a door to the deck.
This private bathroom off the master bedroom has a wide doorway that accommodates wheelchairs and a shower stall.
A washer and dryer are handy in a closet off the hallway.
The middle bedroom has a double bed.
You'll find towels in the top drawer of the dresser in each bedroom. This one is in the middle bedroom.
Another view of the middle bedroom, reflected in the dresser mirror.
This short hallway runs between the middle bedroom and the twin-bed room, with the shared bathroom midway between them. A gallery of photos of Gallery family Naval/Marine Corps history is on display.
With full bathtub and shower, this bathroom is off the hall between two bedrooms.
The third bedroom features twin beds, two closets, dresser, bedside table with radio and lamp, and a window air conditioner in summer.
Twin beds in the back bedroom.
Another view of the back bedroom.
Once spring comes around, the trees come into leaf and provide cooling shade to the deck.
The deck offers seating for six and a gas grill.
A view of the deck and back of the house from the yard in fall.
The trees drop their leaves in fall. This is the west side entrance. (A screen door was added since this photo was taken.)
In fall the honey-colored cabin merges with the foliage.
Lovely shadows are painted in fall on the yard between Just Far Enough Getaway and your hosts' home, about a football field's distance away.
We rarely are snowed in for more than a day. WV road crews do a good job of clearing soon after snowfalls. Meanwhile, the house is cozy and the views lovely!
In spring the emerging greenery is enjoyable.
Hampshire County is redbud territory, and Just Far Enough Getaway has many in its surroundings.