Mountain Inn & Suites Airport
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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 ...
... years ago in the snow and it was quite pretty, but we weren’t able to get down to the base, so this was our goal today with the nicer weather. We stopped briefly at the wooden overlook, but the views here are partially obscured by foliage and we could only see the larger of the two falls. A scramble path leads down to the base and there was rope tied to trees for assistance. At the base, we could see both ...
... medians etc. Mowin' fools. AND, the roads are all silk ribbons. S'up with that? Anyway, love the south, their culture, civility and lush greenness, but give me the Pacific Northwest to live in.
Took the Blue Ridge Parkway, which, potentially was fabulous, but it came down in buckets today, and the higher we climbed in the mountains, the foggier it got, until we couldn't see 25 feet in front of us. They had all these ...
... why they call her ´America the Beautiful.´ We chose to stay in the park, at Cades Cove. We drove the 11-mile scenic route there, twice, and went for a 4-mile walk in the bush, hoping to spot bears in the early morning and evening, but still, no luck. They must be around though, we had to bear-proof our campsite.
Oh well. There´s still time. Now to keep moving as we exit the ...