Pine (1882, 6,770 feet) once housed lumbermen but is now a mountain resort. Hospitable landmarks are the Bucksnort Saloon off Elk Creek Road in nearby Sphinx Park, a small log cabin with numerous additions, including outdoor decks and a satellite dish, and Meadow Creek Bed and Breakfast (1929), 13438 U.S. 285. The latter is a large, two-story rustic stone house on 35-acre grounds adorned by two barns, a smoke-house, and the original 1916 cabin.
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