When you visit Sampson’s Hollow, we hope that you can feel the deeply rooted love and family, history of growth and change that can’t be removed from the history of the land. At the Flynn Family Century Farm where Sampson’s Hollow is located, we share the same Appalachian mountain views our ancestors did as they built a home and a farm to call their own. These grounds have provided for families and continue to.
A marriage is much like a farm. A farmer works his land everyday and connects with his land in relationship. Certainly not all work is as pleasant as the result may appear. A famer’s job is laborious, nothing can be left unattended. We see the efforts of the loving and faithful farmer in the fruits that the land provides.
A marriage is much like a farm. A marriage is a relationship. As the toils of the day pass by week by week, month to month and on to year after year, the cultivating of the relationship is completed and the two become one. As you begin to plan your wedding, we wish you the very best of God’s blessing at this time of beginnings for you and yours.