Land is located in Fairview, North Carolina in the middle of the
Blue Ridge Mountains. My husband Edward and I live in a two
hundred year old log cabin that has been home to me for nineteen
years. It is home to us and a refuge to many Clumbers, several
non-Clumbers, and a few resident cats.
works as an Industrial Electrician for Kimberly Clark
Corporation in Hendersonville, NC and I work for Hayes &
Lunsford Electrical Contractors, as a Construction Service
Manager. He has been with Kimberly Clark eight years and I have
been with Hayes & Lunsford for fifteen.
have a daughter Krystal and a son Dakota who both help with the
rescue from time to time. Krystal
was previously involved with an all breed rescue where she was
the director for the dogs program. She enjoys horse back riding
and giving riding lessons in her free time.
enjoys reading, writing and drawing and is still trying to find
Land is a permanent home for many and a pit stop for some.
Some of the Clumbers come in and find their “forever
homes” and those are “adopted by us” and allowed to live
out the rest of their days, being loved and cherished.
come in for a short time and find their “forever homes”
elsewhere but even those are always welcome to come back as they
are still co-owned by me.
two clumbers have the same needs and those needs are decided on
an individual basis and all are given as much time as necessary.
Dead lines are something we do not have at McLendon Land and I
never rescue a Clumber that I’m not willing to adopt. My
lifelong commitment to them is seeing that they find the life
that suits them and their needs best.
feel truly blessed to have a “McLendon Land” where Clumbers
can seek a new life and I have dedicated my life to Clumbers in
Need. Every decision I make is based on what is best for them
and our lifestyle reflects this.
is nothing that compares to sharing my home with these great
white angels and I hope to share McLendon Land with many for
years to come.