Hendersonville, North Carolina….the Bear Claw capital of the world and a fun place to have friends to visit.
We had a wonderful few days with James and Janet Adams. We even kept the Mabank tradition of Tuesday night dinner with friends. Kip has not stopped talking about Janet’s delicious homemade soup and if you know Kip, you’ll understand his excitement over her, secret recipe, apple dumplings served hot with ice cream. I could hurt myself eating them.
It really bothered James that the words on the signs in my selfies were backwards, so we spent a little time practicing on his sweatshirt. (We finally got it fixed at the parade.)
Many of you, who are on Facebook, already know that Kip and I entered ourselves in a Halloween costume parade in downtown Hendersonville. Our son and daughter-in-law, Mason and Amy Masteller, who live in Wyoming, gave us “Does a bear go in the woods” long johns for Christmas last year. We decided this was the perfect opportunity to break them in.
When our kids were little and they asked Kip a question, when the answer was yes, he would always respond, “Does a bear go in the woods?”
We stayed in a very nice RV park near James and Janet and the dogs loved walking the trails. The weather was gorgeous and we continue to enjoy the beautiful fall colors in this part of the country.
We’re off to see our friends who live in Brevard…a short distance from Hendersonville. Hopefully, they didn’t decide to leave town.
SeeYa soon, Anne and Bear!