We started the day in Nashville, rushing around trying to see EVERYTHING, and ended it many hours later, after being stuck behind a shoulder-to-shoulder drunk driver on the freeway; she was too unpredictable to try and pass, so we stayed well back and waited her out. It made for a late arrival at our hotel, but at least she didn't hit
Parthenon, a full-scale replica of the one in Greece, built as part of the 1897 TN Centennial Exposition.
Morgan Herrin works in reclaimed wood. Check out his reclining knight at that link. Wonderful!
Lane Motor Museum was closed today, so we signed up for the backstage tour.
After that, the plan was to drive through to Chattanooga and spend the night there before heading to the airport in Atlanta tomorrow.
Unless something crazy happens on tomorrow's 2-hour drive to Atlanta, this ends our Asheville adventure. I'm sad that now I'll have to put my revived Southern accent away. At least until our next trip south.