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Kaluna is an ancient Cherokee word for Mother Earth. It is home to our family and roving community. Ben's family has owned this property since the 1800s. Six generations back it was built by the Read more...
Kaluna is an ancient Cherokee word for Mother Earth. It is home to our family and roving community. Ben's family has owned this property since the 1800s. Six generations back it was built by the "plant people" whose legacy is seen in some of our wonderful trees and old log cabins. Then there were a couple of generation of "ner do well" bachelors who made moonshine by the spring, and had reputations as funny men who played fiddle and banjo. Next, Ben's uncle Tim had one of North Georgia's premier hippy drop out zones into the late 70s. It was a back-to-the-lander's homestead mixed with psychedelic laboratory. Tim was run-off by the law, and his father Chig, short for Chigger moved in some bums and turned into a junkyard/illegal trash dump. In the mid-nineties Ben rediscovered the land, and felt called to clean up the hillybilly nightmare of broken glass, cars, appliances, and windows. It has been organically farmed and refurbished through the last 20 years. Come visit our little peace of heaven, there is a lot to explore on and off the farm