Ashville, North Carolina

We drove west from New London to Ashville and crossed the Eastern Continental Divide – never knew that existed! The next day we went into the town and parked at the visitor center – for free. Parking can be a challenge with a vehicle that is too tall for a garage. It’s the little things. We walked the Ashville Urban Trail to see 30 stations of sculpture and other points of interest. Below are some examples. We also enjoyed the Art Museum.

Fiddlers and dancing
Favorite Ashville son Thomas Wolfe, the author
French Broad River activities
The main square
A coat my sister might like at the Historic Grove Arcade, where I also found some yarn . . .
And crocheted an infinity scarf.

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