(Pronounced care) Old Welsh: Caer is a placename element in Welsh meaning "stronghold", "fortress", or "citadel".
(Pronounced da-veed) Hebrew: Pertaining to the house of David, meaning beloved.
Caer David is our refuge, our mountain escape, our getaway. It is our home away from home.
For years, Sir Knight and I have longed for a sanctuary in the mountainous meadows of my childhood. A place to go if the world fell apart. A place to go when we needed to relax and recharge. A place where we would be surrounded by solitude and kinship, seclusion and fellowship. Caer David is the fulfillment of that long-held desire.
|The sign is over the front door|
|Wood cookstove - Cabin Tender|
|Food storage bin (divided into five sections)|
|An 8 foot kitchen table with benches!|
|The living room|
|The field phone|
|Barn board wall|
|Looking from the living room into the kitchen|
|A Procom heater provides back-up heat|
|Look in the mirror!|
|One of the salvaged beams|
|Metal (from the old barn) on the wall of the stairway|
|The bunk room|
This is Caer David - the house that God built.