We’re big fans of celebrating all the holidays, so we’ll definitely be participating in the downtown Murphy Halloween festivities.
Rest assured, Mrs. McNabb is in charge of buying the candy and she’s a big fan of chocolate… So it’s all treats at 75 Tennessee Street in downtown Murphy from 4-7pm. We can’t wait to see all the great costumes!
It’s been a minute since we posted, but as I sit here while my husband works with our daughters on their golf swing, the vibrant foliage inspires me to share the beauty of our mountains. We’ve been through a few challenges and historic moments since I last posted, I’ve stepped away from social media and come back with a bit more intention, we’ve mastered new forms of communication to simplify our lives, but have a much greater appreciation for seeing someone return our smile with a big hug, and I’m catching up on family visits and weddings that were originally scheduled for 2020. Ah yes, The Great Reflection…
Not only did I learn a few TikTok dances and embrace the comfort of crocs during this time (I’m surrounded by teenagers), but I also gained a bit of perspective. I’m very much so in a quality not quantity state, comfortably choosing to sip coffee out of my Christmas mug all year because it sparks joy. My time is more precious than I ever realized and I’m investing it wisely in my family and community. As a lover of travel, I’m enjoying road trips and vacations to new places again but growing far more grateful for that return to the comforts of my own home in these beautiful mountains.
So I’m back in the swing of things, sharing all the good things about the mountains of Western North Carolina, North Georgia, and the surrounding South Carolina and Eastern Tennessee towns. The beautiful communities where the fog lifts to reveal long range views, locally owned boutiques and restaurants, artists, entrepreneurs, and the most incredible mix of some of the best people you could ever hope to meet. We’re making time for good books, golf, hikes, boat rides, festivals, and love taking in the sunset views with a full glass and even better company.
The weekend we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived… Happy Parade Weekend! We hope you all get a chance to celebrate A Very Murphy Christmas Saturday at 4:00 pm – dark. We’ll begin with local talent and activities at 4:00 pm. You can be a part of the Selfie Scavenger Hunt and turn in your entry to win by 4:45 at The BakeShop on the corner of Tennessee & Hiawassee Streets. The parade will roll through at 6:00 pm with the Christmas tree lighting following at dark.
If you’ve signed up to be in the parade, check your email. You can find the parade day details here.
We’re beyond excited to present a new Christmas tree this year. The Festive Fairies have worked their magic yet again, and we promise… It’s a beaut, Clark!
A big thank you to the many volunteers that come together to make this the most wonderful time of the year in Murphy! If you’re unable to celebrate with us in person, we hope you’ll enjoy the parade on WKRK’s Facebook Live.
As you’re all enjoying the downtown shops and boutiques of Murphy on Small Business Saturday, we hope you’ll have a little fun. The Murphy Business Association has a Selfie Scavenger Hunt at participating businesses and it goes a little something like this…
After you get your selfie at McNabb Properties, be sure to visit our neighbors in Downtown Murphy! You have ALL WEEK to have fun and stop by participating businesses for this Selfie Scavenger Hunt. Simply turn in the form at The BakeShop by Saturday December 7th to be entered to win.
We’ll announce the winner at the Very Murphy Christmas Parade Saturday December 7th.
We at McNabb Properties are all about community. We love all things local, especially organizations that work tirelessly to help those in need, so we are delighted to offer our office lobby to Burns & Crowe for Christmas pics with Santa & Mrs. Claus. Please help us support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cherokee County and the amazing kids served by this program!
We’ll be honest, we checked out for summer and neglected the blog life. In our family, it’s a season of nights on the porch, riding bikes, and jumping into the lake as often as possible. We took full advantage of a relaxed schedule without ball practices, dance lessons, or the early morning rush to school, but we’re begrudgingly settling into that back-to-school routine.
As our girls work on school projects and fill the house with the sounds of piano lessons, we’re reminiscing about our laid back summer and trying to keep the busyness at bay. What are your favorite summer memories in the mountains?
This property boasts end of the road privacy on this 71 acres with old growth timber, a small branch, and countless springs. You can enjoy huge views on this property with over 2,500 ft of property line adjacent to the Nantahala National Forest.
Visit us for more information on this or many other residential, commercial, or investment properties in Cherokee County and throughout the mountains of Western North Carolina!
This 243 acres also boasts huge views, countless springs, and 2 sides of the Nantahala National Forest. Add over 4,000 feet of Native Trout waters flowing through the middle of this property and you have a trout fishing dream.
Visit us in downtown Murphy and enjoy the unrivaled beauty of the mountains. Message us or call Lawrence at 828-837-6611.
Hoppy Trout is a local favorite in Cherokee County and recipient of the Best Beverage Award at Forks & Corks. Brewmaster and co-owner, Tommy Rowdeck brews 1 BBL(barrel) batches at a time on premise, which classifies Hoppy Trout Brewing Company as a nano brewery.
The small batch approach to beer production allows Hoppy Trout to take risks with flavors. They are constantly rotating their tap list with new experimental beers as well as maintaining a few flagships. They have used the hottest peppers in the world, Himalayan sea salt, and even cake batter, doing their best to source local ingredients when available. You will be pleasantly surprised by the results, so be sure to try a Hoppy Trout beer at the Spring Festival!
Follow our blog as we spotlight the Breweries that will be in the
Spring Festival Beer Garden Saturday May 4th.
That’s right… Your own private lake.
Rest easy in your restored farmhouse overlooking your own lake accented by the sweeping long range views of the Snowbird mountains on this magnificent 100 acres property.
Visit us and make this dream a reality. Message us or call Lawrence at 828-837-6611 for more info!