Waterrock and Warthog

Back in early October, when the temps were just beginning to dip from summer to fall, we spent a weekend in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Soaked in a jetted tub of hot mineral water, hiked Lover’s Leap along and overlooking the French Broad River, hiked to the Waterrock Knob plane crash, and went to Asheville to see Warthog, Public Acid, and Scarecrow. We also spent way too long looking for Paint Rock, which is cool that it exists- but not worth trying to make out the remaining pictograph from all the graffiti, hahaa!

I loved the Hot Springs area. This was part of a seemingly abandoned park where Jason finds river glass.

The Waterrock Knob hike to this 40 year old crash site is one of the most rugged hikes I’ve done. Very satisfying to get here and I’m glad Jason isn’t the type of person to give up because there isn’t always a clear path. We read there were two people on the plane, no survivors.

Pieces of the back of the plane

Warthog at Grey Eagle! This show was so great. And Athens crew in Asheville!

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