My husband and I lived in the Dallas area for decades. In early 2009 we started our search for some land to make our “escape” from the big city. We began in the Hill Country but after almost a year of searching, we didn’t find any property that stood out to us. In early 2010, quite by accident, we discovered the Post Oak Savannah geological area of east Texas. With its abundance of oak trees, flourishing grasses and plentiful wildlife, we knew right away that we had found our future retirement property. We purchased some land that included an old A-Frame cabin and five ponds in the spring of 2010.
Our dream retirement home was completed in the spring of 2014 and in the fall of 2015, Ron retired after 45 years of employment. Our move to the country was complete and we are loving every minute of it!
In January of 2016, an additional 25 acre tract and a 2,800 square foot home adjacent to our property was purchased. I knew right away that our new property could be a quilter’s haven! The peaceful serenity of the country and the cozy, modern facility makes for an ideal place to retreat for a few days of quilting and catching up with your friends. I had visited other facilities that held 18 or more quilters and I always felt lost in them. Our facility is smaller and can handle up to 8 quilters.
Should you choose to spend some time at The Retreat at the End of the Road, Ron and I will strive to insure that your stay is a restful and memorable one.