1) Max was a total trooper the whole trip. He only had 3 meltdowns, all of them justified (too long in the car) and none of them in public.
2) The weather was simply gorgeous and I actually got a taste of fall before coming back to hot as Hell Savannah.
3) People in Asheville are totally obsessed with their dogs. Frankly, it was a little odd.
We arrived in Asheville around 4:30 and after
After a bit of walking around Max fell asleep and for the first time since he was born, we were able to go out to dinner, with Max, past 7PM!
We spent the whole day on Biltmore property. Who knew there was so much to do beyond look at a ginormous house? During the house tour Max was fabulous in his sling. I was terrified he would lose it and his screams would echo through the cavernous house. Instead he just smiled at strangers and took a nap.
This is the side of the house. THE SIDE!!!!
Outside of the house, there is a ton of other stuff to do on the estate. We spent the majority of the day at Antler Hill Village, eating ice cream, tasting wine and checking out the farm.
Awkward Family Photo....
Well, I think that's enough pictures to overload your browser. Tomorrow I will post part II...The Blue Ridge Parkway!