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Shhhhh. Can you hear that? Listen... it's the sound of silence. Wait -- there's some laughter. Tree leaves clapping together, egged on by the wind. A fly buzzing by. Kiddos playing a game of tag up and down the rolling terrain.
Nary a ping or blip or bleep in the air. All natural noises.
Including this conversations, of which I only heard one side, that of what I'm guessing was Mom:
"We're on a mountain. You can run around. Climb hills. Climb ...
... As expected, there were old worn warehouses which artists had occupied and set up shop. They left the commercialism behind and focused on the art. It was wonderful to see them at work! Nellie got to go with us on our adventure to Chimney Rock & Lake Lure. She bounded up 26 flights of steps only stopping to allow us to catch our breath! The views were spectacular from the top. We then took a path to the ...
... I love waking up here and the energy. I have been so relaxed...for the most part. SK's behaviors-one lie about brushing teeth and sass here and there. I get so tired at night and I'm a grump. July 17- Spent the day at The Biltimore. (Secret-get the drop off pass to drop off guests at the house. Drive to Antler area to hang out) SK and Jim used audios. SK loves museums and wants to see everything. In house for 2 hours. In the ...
... The story of Biltmore Estate is quite amazing and I recommend googling it and reading the story. The gardens are amazing, the wine tasting was fun and lunch was excellent at the bistro. Marcus and Colette visited the Rutledge Lake RV Park one day and we had an excellent time. We ate chili, had a few drinks around the campfire and had s'mores. We didn't get to drive the Blue Ridge Parkway so it is still on the bucket list. ...
... art work.
We select our restaurant for lunch, Tupelo Honey Café, highly rated by Trip Advisor, it specializes in very imaginative southern cuisine.
Once inside, the skies open up and we are subjected to a typical summer deluge. It is soon past and after lunch we wander the squeaky clean streets of Ashville to admire the architecture, from Art Deco to ultramodern ...
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