Brevard North Carolina Real Estate Blog: A Drive to Cashiers

A Drive to Cashiers

A few days ago some friends of ours who live in the Etowah area, (about a 45 min drive from here) came to visit us. They relocated to western North Carolina from Florida about 6 months after we did but had never really taken the time to discover what the Lake Toxaway, Sapphire, Cashiers area is all about. We were more than happy to play tour guide and Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. As it turns out, it was as if the Chamber of Commerce had made special arrangements for the weather that particular day. It was a spectacular day with clear North Carolina blue skies, a light breeze, low humidity, and temperatures around 75. Perfect June weather in the mountains. We all still recall how hot and humid Florida is this time of year and there was a collective sigh of appreciation as we ventured out with our car's sun roof wide open.

As we made our way west on Hwy 64, we pointed out the various golf courses and made a brief stop at Fairfield Lake where people were enjoying a day of canoeing, swimming, and picnicing.

The highlight of our afternoon was the Cornucopia restaurant in Cashiers. There's no better place for great food and their house speciality...buttermilk pie. Yum Yum. This building has been a part of the landscape here since the early 1900's. They don't have a website so if you're in the Cashiers area and need directions, let me know.

 

 

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Comment balloon 0 commentsCarol Clay • June 19 2008 04:14PM

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