Today we’re taking you on an expedition to witness one of the wild, beautiful, and amazing annual occurrences that takes place each fall here in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Something I’ve been wanting to witness for years. Today we’re in Cherokee, and this is the Elk Rut.
The Ingles Open Road
Today we’re visiting a spectacular shopping and dining destination, a former military base, and America’s first National Weather Records Center, but we’re only making one stop. How’s that you ask? Because we’re here at the Grove Arcade.
This is Happy Hens & Highlands Farm – the dream of owners Adam and Emily whose faith drives them to be stewards of the Earth, and to love, respect, and care for the land – and the cutest cows you’ve ever seen in your life.
If you’re ready to poke your head up into the trees and discover a world of adventure mere minutes from downtown Asheville, then today we have just the place for you.
The following paid content is produced by Ingles Markets I’m Chris Bainbridge… inviting you to take a ride with me....
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of north Georgia near the town of Dillard, Julep Farms
sits of 22 acres of glory. Picturesque pasture, stunning mountain views, and soaring white oak and persimmon trees frame this modern farm resort.
Today we’re on the road but you might also say that today we’re on the road it’s a national park. A National Treasure and one of the most traveled stretches of roadway in the country. But despite all that she’s got a few secrets to share.
The classically planned community was constructed in the late 1890s at the entrance to the Biltmore Estate. It’s home to more than 40 shops and 10 cafes and restaurants; many housed within the period buildings that survive to this day.