The Coulter Fam decided that lately, Northern Virginia has been seeing FAR too much snow, so we decided to take a few days off and head south for a long weekend in Asheville, North Carolina. Only a seven-hour drive, we were able to enjoy 2 ½ days in the beautiful North Carolina countryside while also getting to enjoy the city of Asheville and its many quirks.
With all there was to do in Asheville, it is surprising to hear that it was tough pulling us away from our charming cottage only thirty minutes outside of the city. For a very reasonable price, we stayed in a home that shared 200 acres of land with a few other houses. It was a pity the weather wasn’t warmer, however if it were… we never would have made it into the city. With a large river perfect for fly fishing or swimming in, a swing set, hammock, pavilion with corn hole and a volleyball net- this home was in the perfect location for a family reunion or weekend getaway with friends. The only slightly concerning part was every night we heard the howls of a coyote that seemed to lurk a little too close to our little home. But the incredible views of the stars made up for it.