27 Blake Street Bed & Breakfast
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... Play. Be still. Whatever you want. Except that."
If my idea of camping is no room service after 11 pm, that kiddo's idea of camping is probably no electronics.
And by my criterion, I suppose I'm camping at the moment. Here on Mt Pisgah. In an inn. Where there are all the comforts of home. But no phones. And no room service. But it doesn't matter. Because it's glorious.
I'm flying solo now -- have been for a couple of days, as the boys took a ...
... 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 ...
... Before we had communion, Joe washed our feet, portraying the message Jesus left for the disciples to carry on. This worship was a great closing to the week. After worship ended, and we were ready to watch Surf's Up. We watched it, laughing along the way. When the movie was finished, Joe declared it time for bed, and we were happy to. The last day at the house, was probably the best time in the house. ...
Today was a very eventful day. We woke
up to a breakfast with cereal and Pop-Tarts. Our plan for the day
was to go up to the mountains. After that we would go into Gatlinburg
and pigeon forge to shop and have fun. When we finished with
breakfast, everybody got ready to go. We all hopped in the van and
started off on our adventure. On the drive there, it began to rain.
We decided ...
... for years. Also told the story of Black Mountain College, a liberal arts college founded by non-traditional teachers in the 1930's. The town of Black Mountain is full of shops and galleries featuring arts & crafts from local artists, so after coffee I checked several out. Learned about dulcimer a in a shop. Didn't buy one but did get a dulcimer CD. Back at the campground I walked down to the lake and the campground. Stopped raining but a cool ...