Some of the wood furniture on display was really cool although entirely beyond my price range.
They also have a collection of old cars which was cool.
We did a drive-by of a house I saw online that had a similiar view nearby. But the road the house was on was scary and twisty and complicated. We almost couldn't get the truck back out the way we went in.
My phone took this picture of the moon through one of the telescopes.
Overall it was fu although chilly and a little chaotic. Operators would move the scopes to point at things but kind of randomly and there was no overall coordination of the program. Still it was pretty cool.
One day there was a doggy 5K with hundreds of dogs and people running and a festival.
Saturday there was a rugby match which watched.
One of the things I like about Asheville is how much stuff is going on and how easy it is.
Back home there might be something at Harpoon Brewery but if you don't pre-buy tickets a month early you ain't getting in.
And we caught a movie "The Death of Stalin" a comedy altough it was just ok.
We spent a whole 7 nights here to get the discounted week rate and still there are plenty of things we still wanted to do.
But it was time to keep moving!