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There are a million gems to see and do in Asheville, let me tell you of a few we discovered during our weekend jaunt there over fourth of July weekend.

The Bywater a delightful joint where you can bring your own picnic and purchase yummy cocktails to enjoy by one of their fire pits or while your cooking out next to the river.

To sliding rock where a line of locals wait to slip and slide down this favorite natural mountain waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest.

Or you can enjoy an event put on by Asheville Folk like the one you see curated in a lovely white barn surrounded by the Blue ridge, live music, a field of horses and a rope swing.

(Who wouldn’t want to go to that?)

Go for a drive at dusk along the Pisgah National Forest, pull off at one of the many incredible over looks and watch as the mountains turn to water color paintings before your eyes.

Last but not least grab breakfast to go from Biscuit Head (You will NOT regret this choice) and walk around The River Arts District to see building after building of graffiti magic.

**If possible procure a jeep and listen to Lemonade by: Beyonce… Just sayin…

(Photo cred: Photos including me and of our pups taken by Cindi Cervone Carlson. xoxo Thank You for capturing those moments!)