A picture-perfect postcard view of the mountains and clouds from Chimney Rock, North Carolina
A lonely home with fantastic views is nestled way up in the mountains surrounding Chimney Rock, North Carolina. It must be a challenge to get up there in winter.
Lake Lure as viewed from Chimney Rock, North Carolina. The lake is approximately 720 acres, with about 21 miles of shoreline with great stretches of water, three long bays, an island of seven acres and many small bays and inlets with a background of tree-clad hills and mountains.
An opening and an overhang in the granite monolith at Chimney Rock, North Carolina provides a perfect “opera box” to watch the spectacular views …
Spectacular views from the top of Chimney Rock in North Carolina
Chimney Rock State Park is a North Carolina state park in Chimney Rock, Rutherford County, North Carolina in the United States. The park is located 25 miles southeast of Asheville, North Carolina, and is owned by the state of North Carolina.
It offers hiking trails for all skill levels, spectacular views, the Devil’s Head balancing rock and a 404-foot waterfall, Hickory Nut Falls. Its most notable feature is a 315-foot rock formation, a granite monolith, Chimney Rock, accessible by elevator and providing views of the park and surrounding countryside.
Will be posting some images from this site over the next few days.
The Colonial Willamsburg features restored homes from the 1700’s ….
A lawyer, Revolutionary War militia officer, legal scholar, and judge, St. George Tucker brought three lots on Williamsburg’s Palace green from Edmund Randolph for £100 in 1788.
A simple two-story 18th-century white frame farmhouse nestled on 585 acres of lawn, garden, and woodlands, Bassett Hall once was the Williamsburg home of John D. Rockefeller Jr. and his wife Abby Aldrich Rockefeller.