Hendersonville. I don't think the building leans quite as much as this photo shows. I was sitting in my car on the road and a car was coming so I had to move quickly. Gary was rolling his eyes and mumbling 'photographers'. My photo editing program is different on my laptop so what you see is what you get.
Sad to see vintage buildings with such character deteriorating. I just know I could use the metal and wood for a sculpture or piece of furniture with rustic charm. I don't think I've ever been anywhere in the country as green as it is here. Trees, shrubs, flowers, and grasses in so many shades of green. Lilies and hydrangeas blooming everywhere and dogwoods and Japanese maples to die for.
Umi, a Japanese restaurant and sushi bar. I had red curry shrimp and Gary had several sushi rolls. No it's not your imagination, the plate with red curry was overly large, but delicious non the less and the sushi was fresh. We picked up a pamphlet on green building here in the mountains and have been dreaming of building ahome with energy efficiency in mind. We never know what our future holds but it's fun to dream and research all the possibilities. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.