House on a hill

There’s a house on a hill that’s been around for a long while.  It has lived through all the wars.  It has seen this country grow from a few colonies to a major power. Originally from Elizabethtown, it had grown old and neglected.  It was moved and saved by the kind folks of Hamilton County.  Now it rests up on that hill and overlooks a beautiful scene.  No one lives here anymore but it is still visited by many.  Perhaps you too would like to pay homage to that old house on the hill.  It will be happy to share its story with you.

Visit my store.

Built in 1795.

Built in 1795.

Blue skies.


Side view.

A place to reflect.

Meeting new friends.

Beautiful place.

Ready for winter.

The long walk.

Backyard view.

Goodnight John boy.

77 responses to “House on a hill

  1. I would love to know the history and the stories behind this house. I like that a couple of your photos show someone in the distance with the house. Very nice series

  2. I immediately thought of ALONE ON A HILL..and this song:
    The Fool on the Hill
    By: Beatles, The
    Day after day alone on the hill,
    The man with the foolish grin is keeping perfectly still,
    But nobody wants to know him,
    They can see that he’s just a fool,
    And he never gives an answer,
    But the fool on the hill
    Sees the sun going down,
    And the eyes in his head,
    See the world spinning around.

    Well on his way his head in a cloud,
    The man of a thousand voices talking percetly loud
    But nobody ever hears him,
    Or the sound he appears to make,
    And he never seems to notice,
    But the fool on the hill . . .
    Nobody seems to like him
    They can tell what he wants to do.
    And he never shows his feelings,
    But the fool on the hill . . .

  3. the house on hill , it does send chills looking its windows and door shut is so still..can you feel the empitness and the environment..lonely and sound no birds or neighbours..only logs for winter..I am scared but still, I am walking around the house on the hill 😉

  4. Really enjoyed this. Looks like you and I share an appreciation for history. Thank you for stopping by poormanspoet. I would also invite you to visit my other blog and more specifically read “Requiem”

  5. I’m amazed that it stand up .. it look very wear and tear – wonderful gallery again – my pick has to be ”Ready for winter”. Lovely to look at .. nightmare to live in, I guess. Have a great weekend.

      • I only watched the first season, since it’s available to stream on Netflix. Haven’t seen the second season, other than the clip of Jessica Lange singing that one oldie, the title of which escapes me at the moment.

        And, yeah, it is creepy. Every now and then I watch creepy things, though, not as a rule… I’m a big chicken really. There’s something compelling about this show though. And, it hasn’t given me nightmares, so that’s a plus. 🙂


    I have nominated YOUR BLOG as Very Inspirational

    Please visit to receive your award.

  7. That’s a really old house! We have some really old houses in our town too. They’re kind of like cemeteries — some good smells and stories to imagine. I really like that picture “A place to reflect”. Serene.

  8. I really enjoyed looking at your pictures. It made me feel like I was actually there. My blog is just getting started but feel free to check in on it from time to time

  9. Pingback: Your Story: School | sethsnap·

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s