A couple images for a subdivision preview of Craggy Park in West Asheville. New construction so it's nice to watch the neighborhoods fill out. For more information you can take a look here:
About Jonathan JacksonRealtor serving Western North Carolina, photography enthusiast & traveler. I'm taking time to share daily experiences, seeking education on local history and cataloging images from a lifelong passion.
Biscuit Head is always a popular choice for breakfast. Photos from the West Asheville location at 733 Haywood Road. I had the brisket biscuit while Mike had the fried catfish. Will add more information on the community site but you can take a quick at the West Asheville website here...http://www.biscuitheads.com/menu-west-asheville
Able to get out for a hike on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Only covered 5 or 6 miles on the Art Loeb Trail but it was a nice afternoon to enjoy. The plaque is at the highest point along Black Balsam.
Bonfire BBQ in West Asheville is a great for low and slow wood cooked BBQ. Will add additional images to organize a community site soon. If you want to check out the menu it can be seen here: http://www.bonfireavl.com/
I've always liked this little garden shed with a "green" roof at the North Carolina Arboretum. Living in full sun the mosses reduce the heat for the building. The shed has a rainwater misting irrigation system to support the native mosses.
A couple shots from City Hall in Hendersonville. Many of historic buildings here were designed by Stillwell and this is no exception. Completed in 1928 and located at 145 5th Ave East.