Biltmore in the Time of Corona

by | Mar 31, 2021 | Pepper Basham, Uncategorized | 9 comments

What is a special place that helped you get through 2020 🙂

Here is one of mine! (see below for photos)


  1. Paula Shreckhise

    In my home ( we bought a house in September) among my books.

    • Pepper Basham

      Great place and friends to visit in those, right, Paula?

  2. Teresa Tysinger

    It sounds strange, but just being in my home was solace enough. After being in apartments a long time (we moved a lot so buying was out) in 2019 we purchased our home and it’s been so sweet to have the space and coziness during this time.

    • Pepper Basham

      That makes PERFECT sense to me!!!

      • Jen Cvelbar

        We live near Alum Creek State Park here in Ohio and right after we sent our daughter off to Pennsylvania for school we would go there in the evenings to walk. It was October so it was like walking through a fairyland of color and it just soothed away a lot of troubles being in the midst of God’s creation.

  3. Kathleen Charon

    I went to work every day of the pandemic but in the evening, I would walk outside with my husband and I loved that the air was clear and clean and we had less “nuisance” type birds and more quail and ducks and geese just wandering the neighborhood. I miss the pause already.

    • Pepper Basham

      That’s a great way to put a positive spin on a crazy year 🙂 A “pause” for what is important 🙂

  4. Joy Tiffany

    Being able to visit Biltmore helped me as well 🙂 But other than that, it was being able to grab my mom and take her to my sister’s in NC where we spent almost two months. I live by myself so it was good to have human connection. And who doesn’t feel better when their mama is around?

  5. Ian

    One day, dear friend, I look forward to a personal tour of Biltmore with you. We’ll make it happen.

    Blessings on release day, dear Pepper.


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