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Travel Tuesday

Hiking the Dupont State Forest near Hendersonville, North Carolina

This Tuesday I thought you might enjoy some waterfall videos from the Dupont State Forest in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

Tim and I had the opportunity to hike and enjoy the beautiful fall weather and the leaf change in the western North Carolina mountain region. We enjoyed both lunch and dinner in downtown Hendersonville, along with a few of the local shops.

The first video is a short video of Triple Falls and the beautiful sound of the falls. The second video is a composite of pictures taken while hiking at the State Park.

Below are some links to Hendersonville and information on the Dupont State National Forest




Travel Tuesday

Fall Colors on the Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway

Now is the time to taking that day trip to the Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway to enjoy the beautiful colors of fall. This is one of our favorite family day trips for hiking. From York County it is only about a two hour drive to jump on the parkway and travel South to the many waterfalls, or travel North to to the many hiking paths and small towns. Below are some links to get you started on your Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway sight-seeing. Continue reading ...

Travel Tuesday

Charleston, South Carolina - A visit to The American College of the Building Arts

I think that anyone who has had the opportunity to visit Charleston, South Carolina would have to agree that Charleston is one of America's icon cities. The city is full of history, architecture and some of the best restaurants around. Our daughter, Daniella, is thinking about attending The American College of the Building Arts next fall. The small college located in the old jail-house in downtown Charleston had Continue reading ...