Month: June 2014

The Art Loeb Trail at Black Balsam Knob

Filed under: Blue Ridge Mountains, Hiking, History, Nature, Outside Asheville

“Who is Art Loeb and what do you have to do to get a hiking trail named after you?” I wondered as James and I drove towards Black Balsam Knob and Tennant Mountain.  (I also wondered why heating systems are called “the heat” while air cooling systems are called “air conditioning” but that’s another story…. Read more »

Creating Hors D’oeurves at the Carolina Bed & Breakfast: #fridaynightbites

Filed under: Carolina Bed and Breakfast, Innkeeping, recipes

  If you follow our Asheville Bed & Breakfast on Facebook or Twitter you may have noticed something new over the past few months.  Every Friday we try out an new canape or   hors d’oeuvre for our evening reception and post a picture of it: #fridaynightbites.  It’s a chance for us to play with some… Read more »

June at our Asheville Bed and Breakfast: Feasting in the Fields

Filed under: About Asheville, Carolina Bed and Breakfast, Farmer's Market, Outside Asheville

  June is just around the corner and that means we move outside to enjoy the feast of fresh produce from nearby fields. And sometimes we drive out from Asheville and the Carolina Bed & Breakfast to enjoy a special meal at one of the neighboring farms.  This past week the dinner was part of… Read more »