The lake house is a particular mutt. Part house, part shack and part camp, its lazy frame is typically clad in humble garments – close-at-hand wood and stone. Pomp and pride are left back in town – a good lake house has no point to prove, no lecture to make, no insistent demands – it only offers quiet interlude. From pioneer days to high-tech days, we Americans have always toiled hard. Every chance we get, we drag our weary bones to the water’s edge to drink rejuvenation. A tireless Ponce De Leon searched high and low for the legendary Fountain of Youth. Look around. It’s probably not far from your doorstep.
Greg Tankersley for McAlpine Tankersley
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