A Cabin In Willoughby Woods
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... a few paintings like lots of museums but almost 30 galleries chock full of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque (mostly Baroque!) paintings, many of them much larger than most of what’s on display American art collections. Masterpieces? Well, there are not that many well-known artists’ names on them and some are attributed to "school of ___", but that’s probably not the point. It’s a huge volume of European artistic works from the 1300s to the ...
... puniest water flow. It’s right along the forest road, but was barely noticeable in low flow. We got some pictures and started the hike back to the cars. I imagine that the best time to see all these waterfalls is right after a good rain. Back at the car, we left the forest and got on US-64 West. In Rosman, we turned on US-178 and stopped by Eastatoe Falls. This beautiful waterfall is literally in someone’s backyard, but ...
Wednesday morning, we woke up early, had breakfast at the hotel and checked out. We would be meeting Justine, Bill, and Grace in Brevard, but since they were driving from Raleigh, we had a little time to kill. So we headed toGorges State Park for a quick hike along Horsepasture River. I had seen the waterfalls along here many times, but never during fall foliage, so this would be a great spot to wait for our friends to join us. We hiked ...
... over wet rocks logs. We followed marking tape to a point that came out somewhere in the middle of Dismal Falls. Dismal Falls has a big free fall, maybe 50 feet, followed by a series of cascades totalling about 150 feet. We still needed to get to the base, but I wanted to get some pictures from this point. As we were taking some photos, I heard the voices again and saw two people down at the base. Who would have thought that ...
... rosebay rhododendron blooming along the creek and the trail. At one point, the rhododendron formed a tunnel of green leaves and white flowers to hike through. In about a mile, the trail followed another logging road and crossed Davidson River on a big bridge that led back to the parking lot. I shuttled the other drivers back to their cars at Gloucester Gap and then we packed the cars up and began the long drive ...