Hawk and Ivy B&B Retreat

Address: 133 N Fork Rd, Barnardsville, North Carolina, 28709, United States | B&B
 
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      5 Days

      A travel blog entry by nicbissonnette on Jan 15, 2015

      1 photo

      ... the difference? If you were in my head you would, I promise.

      I have committed to a study abroad program with my home university, North Carolina State University (Go Wolfpack!) and I will be heading to the University of Leeds in England for the next 5 months! The process has been long, oh so long, and I can't believe I'm down to single digit days! I filled out applications and documents and forms! I've obtained my first ...

      Fail

      A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Nov 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... and twist/bang the **** out of my foot. It swelled so big I couldn't even fit my climbing shoe back on... so after this I became what is knows as "Belay *****." Lee had a great climb sesh though. He onsighted some 11's and we giggle at a pompous guide hanging around the crag trying to be big and bad.

      I will return and conquer the other routes without incident!
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      A surprise in Maggie Valley

      A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Oct 19, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... Valley's WTM such an amazing experience is that the machines are not restored to museum quality, they are, instead, all restored to run. Many have a most wonderful patina and when they fire up it is a very special experience.

      When we pulled up outside, the curator and driving force behind the collection, Dale Walksler, was out to introduce himself in a flash. When he heard our story we were immediately invited in as his guests and he set out showing off ...

      Roadtrip to Asheville

      A travel blog entry by sam.pinsak on Aug 23, 2014

      7 photos

      After not seeing each other for 3 months, we decided it would be a good idea for our first activity to be a 2.5 hour road trip (each way) up to Asheville, NC. Two people. One Acura (Japanese Princess). No air conditioning. Roll out.
      We tried to go to the Biltmore Estate, but it was CRAZY expensive, so we just went to the city and wandered around in the awful ...

      Asheville Day 4

      A travel blog entry by em_gruzin on May 09, 2014

      2 photos

      ... to learn about how many seeds to put in, etc. wish I could be here to watch them grow!! Later in the morning erin and I went to the nature center which was cool cause I got to see animals that I never see in Australia! raccoons, otters, black bears, etc... And all the different snakes that are found in North Carolina! The black bears were my favorite... They're very interesting to watch!! But I ...