We are two sisters, Soni & Rachel, with our husbands David & Randal. We have one Mission to . . .
live, love life, and enjoy laughter in East Tennessee!
The dreamer of our group, she has plans for Cyber Air Acres . . . and is accomplishing many of them. You'll have to stop back by to see her projects and beautifully crafted photography here at CAA and the United States.
When he is not trucking, he enjoys his soon to be fully equipped wood shop and a sawmill. A woodcraftsman in the making, he also manages most of our technology until that great retirement date comes.
A little older but just as full of adventure -- like getting married on the internet in the first-ever legal wedding. A retired fund raising professional she spends her time creating things, like birdhouses and Picasso faces on trees.
A retired broadcast engineer, pilot and A&P mechanic, Randy is key in putting our dream together. Next things on our bucket list, a pond, a runway, a She Shed, and a zip line down to the shop (not necessarily in that order).
For three floors the main house looks so very small. When you see the back side, you realize just how big it is. A third of it is underground with a walk out basement. Built in 1986 everything needed to be updated. The basement had never been finished, neither had the upstairs (Pent House).
The past year has been spent with an architect, designers, and craftsmen of all types building essentially a new house on the ground level, with its own entry and exit. It is no longer connected to the main floor with a stairwell.
All is now finished and its occupants are very happy with the design and function of their new space, an office, master bedroom, kitchen, dining room/living area, two bathrooms, a storage room, and a one car garage. No one is getting wet getting out of the ground floor flat, huh, Soni.
Wish we knew exactly how old it is . . . think it may be from the 1800s. It will take some work to restore it. Family completely emptied it from collectibles of the previous owner. Twelve TVs finally made their way to the dump! We may replace the rotten timbers from the ground up and use this building, perhaps to dry wood from the sawmill.
The Work Shop
Getting the shop in order was a challenge. When we all moved onto the property things were taken to the shop until each area in the house was remodeled. Then, when it was time to work on the shop everything left there had to be moved out. After new electric outlets and lights were installed, foam insulation was blown in, The next job was installing drywall and building. Now we are reducing the clutter in interest of finding things quickly, It's almost complete!