Linne Ardan on Lake Lure
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... to eat dinner. My sister Gayle had told us about a couple of restaurants in Asheville that were owned by the daughter and son-in-law of one of their neighbors in Royal Oak, Michigan. I remembered the family from my summer visits when I was just a young’un. One of the places was called the Corner Kitchen and their newest restaurant is called Chestnut. The Corner Kitchen sounded more formal so we opted for Chestnut. Both restaurants are located in ...
... toward the I-40, where we will once again head west. We ended up getting off the 77 before we got to the 40 in search of some fuel. The station we saw didn’t have the access we needed to get in or out, and worse, there was no onramp back to I-77. It appeared we were very close to I-40 anyway and also saw the 70, which parallels the 40. So we went with that and it was a much more scenic road anyway. We went through a number of ...
... to Toms
Spring Falls. First, we got some pictures from the road, then climbed
up the rocks and got some pictures up close. Then we backtracked a
short ways and turned right to get on Daniel Ridge Loop Trail (#105).
Initially, the trail is quite steep as it ascends to the top of the Toms
Spring Falls via a couple switchbacks. Then it leveled off a bit,
following Toms Spring Branch upstream. The trail varied from mostly
level to a little steep, but ...
... Creek Road). In about 2.5 miles, we came to a pulloff under some power lines and started hiking on Buckhorn Gap Trail (#103). Some incredibly mature person defaced the first letter on the trail sign to form a profanity. The orange-blazed Buckhorn Gap Trail leads about 2 miles to the waterfall. It’s also an equestrian trail and there were several spots where the trail fords a creek, but log bridges were available ...
... strayed towards what we would do if we could not fail (what would YOU do?) and how certain interactions can potentially have an enormous impact on a person's life- even if one or both of the people involved don't know each other. Anddd in addition to that, how important it can be to acknowledge the power of those instances/ let someone know the scale of their impact (apparently there's a great tedtalk on this). So I guess that's ...