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When she was a teenager, Patty Blanton’s dad built a barn and
pastures behind the house she grew up in. Years later, in 2013,
Reverend Clarence Hill went to the farm to see about boarding
his horse. After negotiating a price the Reverend asked if he
could pray for her — then he said the sweetest prayer.
Two weeks later there was a terrible fire, and the barn burned down with a total loss.
When they started to rebuild, Patty added a hay and equipment barn, and landscaped the farm — her daughter was recently engaged, so she thought she might use the hay barn for the wedding. She did and the result was stunning. After, her daughter advertised the barn for rentals on Facebook — Patty received so many calls they booked up for 2015 almost right away.
That’s how Pine Knolls Farm got in the wedding business. Clarence says God turned ashes into beauty — he still boards his horse with them, and he drives their horse and carriage, too. Nowadays, this secluded beauty with its elegant barns, open chapel, and farm animals grazing on rolling hills is an ideal venue for any occasion.