Stack Rock Creek Bridge Video – Autumn

Stack Rock Creek Bridge, found near milepost 305, is more than just a bridge; it’s a testament to the harmonious blend of nature and engineering. This stone-faced beauty, seamlessly melding into the surrounding landscape, was constructed in the late 1930s as part of the New Deal-era projects.

If you’re lucky enough to be there in autumn, you’re in for a treat. The foliage turns into a fiery display of reds, oranges, and yellows, as if the trees decided to throw their own Mardi Gras parade.


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To Grandmother’s House We Go

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I’ve already captured on foot some of what you will see here. (You can find those videos at this link).

But let’s get a birds eye view.

The time is middle October. Not quite peak foliage. But still amazing. The crisp October air was filled with the scent of pine and the subtle whisper of falling leaves. As you will see, it was the kind of morning where the mist clung to the valleys like a delicate veil, waiting for the sun’s gentle nudge to lift it.

In this birds eye view, I’ll point out three landmarks of Pisgah National Forest; Beacon Heights, Grandmother Mountain, and in the distance the two distinctive peaks of Linville Gorge, Table Rock and Hawksbill.

God’s brush is coloring the world, in fiery hues of red, orange, and gold during this most conspicuous time of year. So enjoy Autumn at Grandmother’s house….

“Autumn, the year’s last, loveliest smile.”


To Grandmother’s House We Go.

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