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Asheville 2010 scheduled in October!!!
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 Posted: Thu Feb 25th, 2010 09:54 pm
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It is in the middle of the week or I am hallucinating?::chin

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 Posted: Fri Feb 26th, 2010 12:49 am
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For the second half of 2010, they are holding workshops on wednesdays and saturdays. This way they can drive from one city, and then they'll hit another city on the way to somewhere else. The Asheville tues-wed package is just an extension of the new schedule format.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 28th, 2010 05:42 am
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ez-pz wrote:
Fabs!!!  I love that there are all kinds of options out there!  This is going to be one grrrrreeeeeaaaaatttt excuse to imagine and dream and pre-pave!

If anyone lives between Chicago and Asheville and wants a ride, holla!  Looks like I'm gonna do the All-American roadtrip to the Magical Biltmore Estate!

:shock:     ::rocket     :shock:




EZ, let me know if you'll be passing through Columbus. :)

I took a solo roadtrip to Asheville last fall and had a beautiful week. It was my first time there and I plan to go back again this spring or summer. It's a wonderful artsy town. I stayed in a hostel right downtown that was in walking distance to so many amazing stores, cafes, restaurants, music venues, a chocolate lounge, an independent theatre, etc., etc.

I drove to the Biltmore and believe it was around a 20 min drive from downtown. So, there are definitely options in all price ranges for over-night stays.

Stacey

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 05:19 pm
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I am definately going to Asheville; love the two day seminar plan.  I am all in favor of a less expensive hotel close to the Biltmore too.  We can get a group together easily and have a mini cruise experience. :kiss:

Gwen

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 06:13 pm
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I am booked For Asheville!! Woohoo!!

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 07:59 pm
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YEE-HAH, I just registered too!! 
ASHEVILLE HERE WE COME!!!


::runmickey

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 08:35 pm
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Yes Diana!! It will be a wonderful reunion...that is if we don't meet up at another Abe event sooner. Who knows, maybe this Alaska cruise is in both of our vortexes!! I'm dreaming big!!

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 08:51 pm
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Me too too!! I just booked!! (Diana - What did I just say to you on FB about other opportunities to connect?...lol)

When on the Caribbean cruise, I realised that cruising wasnt too much my cup of tea at this point in my life - as I like longer to explore places and boats arent too much my thing (lol). I felt a little constrained by the schedules - my rockets of desire for a lot more freedom were firing on all cylinders!....Great experience giving delicious clarity about what would be even better for me. I am so glad I went on one and discovered these things.
:allgood

I LOVED the seminars and the interaction with Abers that went over a few days and so was telling people that I was going to look for any 2 day workshops where the same people attend for both days - so the energy builds and I can experience that quality time with Abraham, and also that I have time on land to soak up parts of America (which I LOVE!!) before and after the seminars.

And lo and behold - there is the Asheville seminar in October - perfectly timed for me. Mid week is just great!! I will be flying into Atlanta the weekend before and driving to and from Asheville - as I love to drive in the States and I know that will be a pretty route that I will be in my Vortex on all the way. Yay!

So - see everyone at the seminars
::woohoo

Sunbeam :kiss:

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 08:56 pm
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Jill & Stacey (and whoever may be reading this thread),

It's all so perfect!  I've already blocked off my calendar for the entire week (Oct 9-17) because I figure it's a great excuse to explore Asheville.  Anyone care to extend their trip on either side of the workshop and play with me?

::grapevine

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 08:58 pm
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I just booked it too. :)

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 09:14 pm
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Diana, I am up for extending my visit by a day or so to explore the town with you.  They have a lot of good hikes around the area too.  It is lousy with waterfalls.  Since I am not fond of inclines I will pass on the outdoorsy stuff unless it involves a sidewalk cafe.  I walk up inclines to eat, no problem.

We all don't need to rent cars either.  I am up for sharing the expense.  I will be flying into Asheville and hopfully coninside with anothers flight for this reason.  I have no problem being the first there to rent the car; sharing seems the logical way to go on this one.

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 09:24 pm
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I haven't decided yet, but may drive there, which means I could possibly stand in as an airport limo!  We will figure it out, no doubt.  ::downstream

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 09:47 pm
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I will definitely be there Monday night to Thursday at noon, but I hope to make it a longer trip to include either the weekend before or after. I plan to wait till it gets closer to decide my schedule, depending on what musicians/bands will have concerts there that week. Last fall I saw Ingrid Michaelson at The Grey Eagle in Asheville. That and The Orange Peel are great venues. I definitely want to hike and explore too.

I will most likely drive there. It's 8.5 hrs for me, but so worth it. I love roadtrips!!

Stacey

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 10:12 pm
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Gwen Elizabeth wrote: Since I am not fond of inclines I will pass on the outdoorsy stuff unless it involves a sidewalk cafe.  I walk up inclines to eat, no problem.



GWEN!!....LOL on the sidewalk cafe and walking up inclines to eat!!...Haha! You are great, lady!!

DIANA ET AL.....I am planning on arriving Mon eve and leaving maybe Friday. I would love to hang out some with you all at some point - maybe we can ALL do a dinner in between the seminars etc....Other than that - have to play it by ear...as I am fully expecting a date with a HOT cowboy (at least one!!) while I am in the US this time....lol...Yes - in Asheville!! ::woohoo

Love to all - Life is good
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Sunbeam :kiss:

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 10:22 pm
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You are sooooooo not going to find a cowboy in Asheville.  An aging hippy or way too grovey blonde dred locks, guy, yes!  It is an interesting place!  Delightful, really.  Did I mention the waterfalls where you have to walk on uneven ground uphill?  I think I did. 

Really the place is nifty.

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 10:25 pm
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Gwen - He is going to come to Asheville to meet me!....:beautiful: Where Sunbeam goes the cowboys follow....hehe!

It does sound a lovely place and David's video gives a flavour of its beauty. How lovely to be able to have these months coming now to look forward to that unfolding :)

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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 10:36 pm
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Alrighty then!  One cowboy on order! 

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Sunbeam wrote: Gwen Elizabeth wrote: Since I am not fond of inclines I will pass on the outdoorsy stuff unless it involves a sidewalk cafe.  I walk up inclines to eat, no problem.



GWEN!!....LOL on the sidewalk cafe and walking up inclines to eat!!...Haha! You are great, lady!!

DIANA ET AL.....I am planning on arriving Mon eve and leaving maybe Friday. I would love to hang out some with you all at some point - maybe we can ALL do a dinner in between the seminars etc....Other than that - have to play it by ear...as I am fully expecting a date with a HOT cowboy (at least one!!) while I am in the US this time....lol...Yes - in Asheville!! ::woohoo

Love to all - Life is good
:beautiful:

Sunbeam :kiss:
I dated one from Hendersonville (about an hour from Asheville) briefly but he is too old for you but he was HOT HOT HOT, tall and lanky and firm with those wonderful smile lines.

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 Posted: Thu Mar 25th, 2010 03:38 am
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I just had a fantastic idea . . .

Asheville is 30 miles from where the elk that the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation imported to restore elk to their native habitat live.  In the fall the elk will be bugling; an awesome sight and sound.  Our herd is doing very well.

The best time to hear them bugle is at dawn.  October should be full on for the rutt which means the bulls will be really active.

If you've never heard this it is worth a much farther drive than 30 miles!  The sound of the bugling hits you on a primitive level.

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Joyous_LadyJ wrotI dated one from Hendersonville (about an hour from Asheville) briefly but he is too old for you but he was HOT HOT HOT, tall and lanky and firm with those wonderful smile lines.

Hi Jeanine

Thank you for that driftwood!!

There's so much for me to look forward to in Atlanta and Asheville on this trip!! Happy, happy times now and ahead....... ::hearts

Sunbeam
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