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... friends who look out for him in numerous ways. Shortly after I arrived Paul, the gentleman that I've met previous day and who looks after Steve's computer and generally helped out on the IT side, arrived. Paul is a guitarist and a good friend of Steve and extremely knowledgeable and an enthusiastic about rock music so we had plenty to talk about.
The morning passed by quickly and Teresa dropped me off at my hotel in nearly afternoon to give Steve some rest. I ...
... so Steve came with us. However, the last and final bit was up two flights of stairs which Steve couldn't make so David and I walked up without him and looked out at the amazing views. On our way down we stopped off at the shop gorged ourselves on pistachio and pecan flavoured ice cream and then made our way back to Rutherfordton.
Steve wanted me to hear Jay play the piano. I heard that he was pretty good and was keen ...
Breakfast as usual @ 8:30 am. Every morning it is a different breakfast & place mats or tablecloth & napkins & holders. Very nice ....classy! Said our goodbyes to everyone. They were all leaving this morning & new folks arriving today. We decided to head south & east along Hwy 276 again, cross the parkway & continue south through the Pisgah National Forest & Transylvania county, North Carolina. Stopped at the easiest waterfall ...
... Did a little celebrating with a glass or two of wine and had great salmon dinner. We ended up spending the night which we hadn't planned on, but we were having such a great time, we hated to leave.
Next morning we had a great breakfast in town and toured about a bit and were then headed back to the campground.
Thanks for a great visit Nance!!
Year 2, Day 113 - Today Nick and I visited the town of Henderson, NC. This town sits among the Blue Ridge Mountains at 2,200 feet above sea level. It is a picturesque and quaint town with lots of diversity. I understand that as far back as 100 years ago, people favored this area for retirement (instead of Florida), because it offered all 4 seasons, along with temperate winters.
A special shout-out and a big "thank you" to ...
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