The Pines Cottages
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... Then we happened upon "Art on the River" - a whole area filled with a wide variety of artists. We ate lunch at "Clingman's Cafe" and sat outside on a sunny patio - lovely! We spent the rest of the day exploring the artists' studios and meeting the artists. We returned home for a bit of down time and then a pot luck dinner with Jim and Sue in our NEW HOME. We'll add more pics as we download them from the ...
... 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 ...
... Wolfe, actually the downtown boarding house owned by his mother where he grew up and set some if his semi-autobiographical fictional works. The tour is quite interesting and different from other homes of famous people.
Asheville’s biggest single attraction is the Biltmore Estate, the home of George Washington Vanderbilt that’s aid to be the biggest house in America, a gigantic French Chateau that looks like a ...
... with another crossing over Clover Patch Branch just before a small waterfall at the ruins of an old dam. Then there was another crossing over Chestnut Branch before reaching Catawba Falls. Catawba Falls is a big cascading waterfall, probably over 100 feet tall. It’s not possible to see the entire thing and the fall foliage, while beautiful in color, made seeing the falls more difficult. After a couple ...
... almost 100 years ago as a mountaineering trail linking two of the premier European mountain centers--Chamonix, France to Zermatt, Switzerland. The hike will take us past 10 of the 12 highest peaks in the Alps, ending at the foot of the famous Matterhorn.
When we hiked the John Muir Trail in 2010 we were amazed at the spectacular scenery, thinking everyday that it couldn't possibly get any better. And yet, each day did get better ...