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Travel Blogs from Brevard
... We exited the park and headed for Asheville, NC and our hotel. On the way some jerk ripped out of a parking lot and almost took wade out. He was struggling to hold the bike up in the gutter if the road but held it together. Then some misdirection from the GPS and we finally made it. Almost 300 miles today. Tomorrow we enter the ...
Today was devoted to seeing the Biltmore Estate. We started off with problems. I got the GPS by going to the directions on the Biltmore website, but they were incorrect and led us to a back entrance. It turns out that one does not want to go to the Biltmore House, but instead to the entrance for the tours. When we figured out that we were incorrect, and looked again, the website warned that most GPS systems do not take one to the right place. We ...
... drive was beautiful. Along the way, we stopped to buy groceries and gas in Marion, Virginia.
One of the most noticeable features of the drive was the kudzu everywhere. I had seen it before, but not in such great abundance. We can read about this invasive vine taking over the South, but until it is seen for oneself, it cannot be imagined. ...
... water flow was creating lots of spray and nearly
hurricane-force winds. This definitely
didn’t help with pictures, but nonetheless, this is definitely one of the most
impressive waterfalls I’ve ever seen.
When I walked up the rocks to get a little closer (without the camera,
of course), I ended up getting completely drenched, more so than from all the
rain we had ...
... US-178 and drove north to Horse Pasture
Road and the entrance to Eastatoe Creek Heritage Preserve. We parked here, which is also a trailhead for
accessing the Foothills Trail, and hiked into the preserve following an
easy-to-follow old logging road. Along
the way, we saw several critters, including some toads, a garter snake sunning
himself on the trail, and more mushrooms.
The trail follows the old ...