Monthly Archives: August 2021
Calvary Episcopal Church in Fletcher, NC was established in 1859 and it still catches the eye of travelers on US 25. The architecture is distinctive and the setting is attractive with the winding drive through the front lawn of the … Continue reading
Billie and I visited the flower gardens on the Biltmore Estate on August 15 and found that some policies are now in place to cater to those primarily interested in visiting the flower gardens and greenhouse area. A parking attendant … Continue reading
We found a neat little restaurant named The Book and Bee which follows a literary theme and serves lunch and afternoon tea. We went there for lunch last week and enjoyed it a great deal.
The Bearwallow Mountain Hiking Trail is part of the Upper Hickory Nut Gorge State Trail system, comprising a 1.0-mile access trail climbing from the trailhead to the peak of Bearwallow Mountain. The trail is steep and littered in many places … Continue reading