Due to the special and secretive nature of where we will gather, we cannot reveal the actual location of our adventure here on our Web site.  Such special details will be shared with registered adventurers. 🙂 

We are permitted to share that our location is nestled in the Pisgah National Forest, near Barnardsville, North Carolina, slightly north of Asheville. It will be a journey to get to our destination, providing a special time for mother and daughter to navigate and travel together. Directions will be provided, and it will not be difficult to find us, but will require adventurous hearts and minds. (For those who may choose to fly, the closest airport is Asheville, NC.)

Pisgah is an old-growth forest and home to many rare plant and animal species like the rattlesnake plantain orchid and the Northern Spotted Owl.

Britton & Brown Illustrated Flora, c 1913.Spotted-Owl

*Primeval trees in the Pisgah Forest: yellow poplar, sweet birch, and american chestnut. (Photo courtesy of Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries)



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