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... of Rugby, which is an old English settlement from the 1700s.
After the rally we were on to Sevierville TN, where we spent 4 days doing the tourist thing. From there we drove 97 miles that took us 3.5 hours driving on some two lane ...
... and went past Biltmore Village and the Estate....then on to downtown Asheville. It's quite hippy quaint....organic food places, some galleries, some Marley type areas, and a number of Blue Grass bus,era...quite good too! We had a beer at The Wicked Weed....supposedly the name comes from a quotation from Shakespeare? It brews its own beers and has a nice outside area. We left for our ...
... food was only so-so....I had the pulled pork sandwich which was quite ordinary. Then we exited the Parkway at the Looking Glass Falls road and went to the local grocery store Ingles and bought some crackers and apples to go with the cheese and wine. We joined Pam and Simon on the back patio and we had a nice evening talking about all sorts of things. Tomorrow we are off to Asheville to ...
... on the 20 min. Drive....Tonight was the monthly Gallery walk with free wine and snacks so we fully participated in several locations. One store called Theopolis was very nice...unusual clothes and accessories. We checked out several places to eat and settled Om Marcos for pizza....yummy and not too $$$ We ended up in the NB playing Rummikub and enjoying Klaas' scotch for the rest of the evening..tomorrow we will explore the Blue Ridge Parkway if the weather ...
we were there, we decided to skip stones on the water. After we got
done at the visitor center, we drove up the mountain. The
ride was pleasant with many views of the rolling mountains. Once at
the top, we got out and walked up a path to the highest point in the
state. When we were done enjoying the view, we handed out whistles to
some more children. They too were very grateful for the toys. Then we