Walking Asheville – Haw Creek to the Parkway!

What? You say you can’t leave your house because of the virus?

Come walk along with us in this sixth installment of Walking Asheville as we walk through the Northern part of the Haw Creek neighborhood, up the Maple Road trail to the Blue Ridge Parkway and along the Mountain To Sea trail (MST) to the overlook above the Haw Creek Overlook.

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00:00:46 Haw Creek
00:02:46 Tulips and things
00:04:31 Chickens
00:08:36 Beginning of the trail
00:08:47 Bear! (in area)
00:09:02 But Not Bears
00:13:59 Tree Collision
00:15:27 Elephant
00:20:31 Tree Fungus
00:27:36 Beetle
00:28:07 Blue Ridge Parkway
00:28:31 Overlook thataway
00:29:31 MST!
00:29:46 Pondering
00:30:17 False Solomon’s Seal
00:34:10 Oops, wrong way
00:36:32 Flowers
00:38:31 Fungus
00:41:37 More Flowers
00:42:07 Flowers here too
00:42:53 Trail Marker
00:44:14 Red leaves
00:44:53 Azalea
00:46:30 A bit of a view
00:47:47 Purple Flower, suede base
00:48:14 Closer shot
00:49:36 To the overlook over the overlook
00:50:00 Campers here
00:51:01 Haw Creek Overlook
00:52:04 Green leaves
00:52:53 A View?
00:53:31 Flower, Pink Lady’s Slipper
00:54:29 Azalea
00:55:30 Chaga! (probably not)
00:58:21 Trail Marker
00:59:02 Headed back
01:01:10 Purple Flower
01:01:56 Another Lady Slipper
01:02:51 Trail Marker

Camera used was a GoPro Hero 8 Black
Stabilizer is a Feiyutech A1000 gimbal

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Michael Harrison

Husband, Programmer, Irish dancer, tinkerer, astronomer, layabout (as much as possible)

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