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Road's End Workshop, with Paige and Corey: Travel Log No. 8

Road's End Workshop, with Paige and Corey: Travel Log No. 8

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Our goal during our year on the road was to chase the best weather we could as we traveled across the country.

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Our goal during our year on the road was to chase the best weather we could as we traveled across the country. We spent the spring in California, the summer in the Northwest, and enjoyed the colors changing in New England as fall arrived. Once the cold chill of the winter winds began to hit us, we began our adventure south. The East Coast has been our home for all of our lives, and it felt good to be back on familiar turf. As we traveled in and out of the Eastern States, we made a point to stop in new locations and experience entirely new places.

North Carolina

We’ve always been drawn to the state of North Carolina. We even toured wedding venues here when we were first considering where to get married. I know the state is full of beautiful sights and welcoming communities, but we’re always heading toward the western side to explore the mountains and enjoy our time in Asheville. We spent a decent amount of time in the city but we were desperate for a new adventure. We never properly experienced the Blue Ridge Parkway and decided to change that.
The Blue Ridge Parkways is 469 miles long as it winds through mountainous areas, dense forests, and past stunning waterfalls. People have been exploring along this route since 1935 and I don’t think it could ever get old. After months on the West Coast of the United States, being humbled by the mountains of Colorado, Wyoming, and Washington, we almost forgot what the East Coast can offer us. Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park, but I find the parkway offers some truly incredible hidden gems that are definitely worth mentioning!

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