Today was an Asheville day! With our recyclables piling up, we just had to make the trip across the mountains to take our metals, plastics, and glass to the recycling center. Visiting Asheville is a tough job, but some family has to do it. After dropping off our recyclables, we headed over to Luella's for lunch. Noelle and I both had pulled pork sandwiches, which we both thought were very good. At least they were better than any of the barbecue here in Greeneville.
After lunch we made the drive out 74-A towards Bat Cave. We did not go as far as Bat Cave though, as our destination for the day, the Trombatore Trail, was just outside the small community of Gerton, North Carolina. We made the drive up to Bearwallow Gap and, after getting ready at the car,
Th Trombatore Trail follows both single track trail and old roads. There are many intersections with old roads, but each one was signed.
The meadow contained lots of wildflowers, mostly Queen Anne's Lace.
After our short break we started to make our way back to the car. We headed back through the meadow