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- Free parking
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Today was supposed to be a rain day so we planned things that didn't require good weather. As it turned out it was a beautiful day - probably over 19 degrees!! We started out at the Folk Center - many great pieces from local artisans including quilting, pottery, paintings, woodworking, jewellery no more. Then we drove to the Builtmore Estate - home of the Vanderbuilts. We didn't actually see it ... A very ...
... chose the route to Mt. Mitchell via Blue Ridge Pkwy. However, partway along, we found that the road was closed. So, we continued along the open road to Waynesville and from there to Burnsville North Carolina. After inquiring at an information center, we discovered that we still had an hour+ to go soooo, we perused a couple of shops and headed back home. We bought firewood and the 4 of us enjoyed a lovely campfire with wine and apps... A great ...
... is a really beautiful waterfall, maybe 60 to 70 feet high in a most beautiful setting. We stayed here for a while taking pictures and playing around the waterfall. The friendly dog seemed to really be enjoying the company and even posed for some pictures with us. And he seemed quite disappointed when we were leaving. The landowners here should be commended for allowing the public to access this beautiful waterfall on their private ...
... times. There were also some beautiful rhododendron blooming near the falls, adding some color to the scenery. We then hiked back to the car and drove a short ways back on Forest Road 475 to the gated FR-5095. It was about a mile down this closed forest road to our last waterfall of the day - Waterfall on Long Branch. Despite walking on a gravel road, the heavy and consistent rain all day made this a bit more like walking through a swamp. But we ...
... we followed the blue-blazed trail through an open field and then into the woods. Shortly, we had our first stream crossing, with a small “waterfall” flowing down the side of the cliff face into Cove Creek. Not really a waterfall, but rather pretty nonetheless. Something to distract us from the cold water. The water level at the creek was high enough that there was no way to cross dry. So we took our boots and socks ...