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... we realize that we are so lucky to be loved and surrounded by entrepreneurs with great minds, great drive and huge hearts.
For those who know us, you may not be surprised to know that we have ALREADY been looking at Investment opportunities in NC. They DO have foreclosures here that need rehabbing! The funny thing is, I found this one house in Franklin, where Grandpa ...
... we found a restaurant that suited our tastes. We settled on The Lobster Trap. Whole Maine Lobster and tons of other delish food along with local craft beer - SCORE! I had the shrimp and grits (a local favorite) and Jeff had the surf n turf. Both completely satisfied with our meals, we walked and shopped a little and then headed to The Biltmore Estate.
Ok, so this house is THE largest home in ...
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 ...
... who were in debt and "making stupid moves with their money". Also, every time someone called and asked Dave how he was doing, Dave always replied by saying “Better than I deserve to be.” When we arrived at the Monument, I learned that Andrew Johnson was the 17th President of the United States, and he became President because he ...
... Carolina Nature Center. So today, that's where we are headed!
The Nature Center was nothing like your typical packed zoo. It was exactly that - a Nature Center. Another special bonus - it was quiet and not packed at all. We were introduced to Timber rattlesnakes, copperheads (even though we seen enough in the wild!), otters, and frogs in the first exhibit area. The best area were the mammals which were mountain ...