It feels weird to be saying goodbye so quickly. Asheville was just starting to feel like our home. Our journey is continuing on and our next location is: Branson, Missouri. The drive from Asheville, NC to Branson, MO is 12 hours (without traffic and stops).
I do not have a bucket list. I would spend way too much time working on the list and not enough time living it. If I did have a list, going to Dollywood would be on it. I could not wrap my head around the fact that Dolly Parton built a theme park. Never knowing when or how, I always knew I had to see it with my own eyes.
Starting to settle in, but there definitely is an adjustment period. The highlights of Week 2 in Asheville was really my birthday! Celebrating your birthday in a new city is a great idea, when you do it right. I made the mistake of working during my birthday and celebrating during the weekend.
Laptops shut and we looked at each other like “Now, what?” I decided to google what events were happening in Asheville that weekend and I am so glad I did. We attended Downtown After 5, hiked the Craggy Gardens Trail, and explored Hendersonville & Flat Rock. Along the way, we went to a few breweries and wineries.