Thomas Wolfe's "Old Kentucky Home"
North Carolina (NC)
Homes - Famous
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@ 2005-11-12 18:33:04
The strange blue color of the roof is actually from a tarp that was placed over the house in order to protect it from the elements, since the house fell victim to arson in July 1998.
@ 2005-11-12 19:54:22
Hmm. My Description used to say exactly that. It seems to have gone bye, bye.
@ 2005-11-12 20:34:14
It's strange that there's no indication that it has been updated...? Feel free to re-add it and deep-six my comment.
@ 2005-11-12 23:34:25
You've spent time in Asheville I take it...
@ 2005-11-12 23:51:33
I lived a year in eastern Tennessee, so I got to visit fairly regularly in 2000-2001. I'm also a big Thomas Wolfe fan, so I made my first pilgrimage down there when the post office issued a stamp to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birth.
Asheville's a pretty cool little town, IMHO.
Beer - Lots of it
'Energy Loop' by Derek Cruiser
Buncombe County Courthouse
Vance Monument and Pack Square
Asheville Art Museum
First Baptist Church
Asheville's City Building
Salt Cave and Salt Spa
Dining in a red double-decker bus
Tupelo Honey Cafe
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