We got home from Asheville, North Carolina, yesterday afternoon and it was a good trip!
I created two photo collages to summarize the impressions of it:
The first, I call, "Asheville in Spring Bloom"
and the second, hits upon some of the eye candy to be seen there
Which I do.
The following photos are some of the highlights of our trip:
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Asheville was in bloom! Like many other places, spring came a little early this year. We happened upon a string of cherry trees that were in full bloom. It seemed to me that they were similar to trees covered in hoar frost.
Many people think of Asheville as the home of Biltmore, the huge house and gardens built by George Vanderbilt in the 1890's. It is truly a beautiful estate and a glimpse into life in an earlier era.
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