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Set-up to pack up! Spending this Labor Day weekend in our new mini pop-up. All systems are intact, we are ready for take off! Looking at the moon, sitting beside the tree we were married under 15 years ago, our new home for the month of Sept. is feeling pretty cozy & ...
... their children to care enough about it to continue the amazing tradition.
The grounds are impeccable, the home huge, the architecture marvelous and the whole experience transports you to another time over 100 years ago.
Since we were last here the Inn is in full swing and there is now a "village" below with shops and an exhibit called "The Legacy" with a short film and personal belongings of the family.
Once inside this ...
... and Karen for a spectacular visit. The Movie "Dirty Dancing" was filmed in Lake Lure and, in fact, each year there is a Dirty Dancing Festival which was going on while we were visiting!
We also visited Chimney Rock with Johnny and Karen as our guides. Quite a remarkable place to see. We picked a day with a great view from the top! Nick did pretty well, but wasn't about to go ...
... because at no other point in this trip would the riders have a chance to work with a non-Habitat for Humanity affordable housing agency. The build day was split between Mountain Housing Opportunities in Asheville (where NC2SD had worked with in previous years) and Housing Assistance in Hendo. In our past builds with Charlotte's and Chapel Hill's Habitat for Humanity, we had constant intense work being offered up to anyone and everyone who was ...
The rain from yesterday continued into the morning, so we waited it out and left for Hendersonville, NC in the early afternoon. While we were getting our gear together a group of locals mentioned a really pretty back road that would take us through Saluda and into Hendersonville. Little did we know about the climb that we were about to encounter. It turns out that there is a 1,600 FOOT ELEVATION CLIMB in the 20 ...