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... it and lived on the land while they built their first house in NC! How exciting!! (Ouch! That BUG just bit me again!) :)
After buying, building and selling many homes, they are finally retired (as of Dec 31st last year) and are enjoying life, happy as clams. You can see that when we talk Real Estate how I can get really excited and the dream deep in my heart gets revived! ...
... Candlelight Tour at the Biltmore Estate so we hopped in the car and headed there to get tickets. We arrived at 6:30pm and our tour would begin at 9:30pm so we decided to head into Downtown Asheville to do some sightseeing and grab some dinner.
Downtown is just beautiful and so full of life! Artists, restaurants, chic shops, musicians, lights and laughter cultivated this lovely town. We walked ...
After not seeing each other for 3 months, we decided it would be a good idea for our first activity to be a 2.5 hour road trip (each way) up to Asheville, NC. Two people. One Acura (Japanese Princess). No air conditioning. Roll out.
We tried to go to the Biltmore Estate, but it was CRAZY expensive, so we just went to the city and wandered around in the awful ...
... asleep and had little energy.
Joe woke everyone up with the radio, turning it really loud and making sure it wouldn't go higher. When everyone was awake for the second time, we took in the marvelous mountain views. The road was very windy and the land was full of crops. The area, to us, was very rural. There was no chain restaurant for a good twenty minutes, and the land was littered with family made houses that looked to have been there for decades. ...
... but lacked the je ne sais quoi that I find interesting. The shelter’s next guests had it. Two gangly, grey-haired Brits arrived from the south, sweating and clearly worn out after a seventeen-mile hike from Birch Spring Gap.
The really tall guy with cheeks so gaunt he looked like he’d just escaped from hospice had hiked all 2000+ miles of AT back in 2006. He’d returned to give back to the trail by spending time on a maintenance crew. He would hike about ...