We Drove past wonderful green fields of corn.
And beautiful Rivers reflecting the blue sky above.
This Giant guitar as we entered the state of Tennessee,
And past rock walls that seemed to reach the sky.
The Smokey Mountains of North Carolina showed that they deserved their name.
Till we found the little Village of Toxaway Falls, high in the mountains almost to the boarder of South Carolina.
The mountain flowers were beautiful.
The falls from which the village got its name was right outside out friends condo.
Knowing how much I like waterfalls
and enjoy photographing them, our
friends took us to see several others.
Though this part of North Carolina was experiencing a drought and
"Big Water" Falls wasn't living up to its name it was still beautiful. We walked
could take this composite of 3
From the top we could see Toxaway Lake in the distance.
And "Dry Falls" despite the drought did not deserve its name either, unless it got its name from the fact you can walk behind it and stay dry.
We visited antique shops in near-by towns, while our husbands showed great patience.
And had a lovely lunch in this beautiful Grove Park Inn in Asheville, filled with history. We sat on the porch overlooking the golf course and countryside, a beautiful setting!
I enjoyed browsing the antique vehicles displayed inside.