Friday, August 29, 2014

Welcome to Marshall, NC

We drove up to Marshall one day and I took LOTS of photos!

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It is so picturesque that I couldn’t stop myself!

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So I put some of them into mosaics to share even more.

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How would you like to live on the side of this hill?

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Right above Main Street? Do you see it up there?

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Hope the road goes around because it would be a steep hike!

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Think the wash on the line is dry yet?

The town of Marshall was in the movie ‘My Fellow Americans’ with James Garner, Jack Lemmon, Dan Aykroyd and Lauren Bacall. We watched it after spending the day there and it was fun to see so many of these buildings and the Rock Café.

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There are some scenes that were shot in Asheville, too.

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My girlfriend Joyce did a post on Marshall and she has some wonderful photos HERE.

I’m joining Katherine’s Corner for Favorite Things.

Have a fabulous holiday weekend!

33 comments:

Jane and Chris said...

There must be quite the view from the house on the hill.
Jane x

Elizabeth said...

Very nice! I have not heard of Marshall but I am putting it on my list of things to see when we get back that way!

Betty from My Irish Cottage Home said...

I love seeing your trip in NC. I am putting the towns on our to see list.

ann said...

What a neat little town. James Garner was one ou favorites. Did you go into the junk store? Happy Week End.

Happy@Home said...

I'm not familiar with Marshall. Is it near Asheville?
Looks like a fun a scenic place to visit. Great idea to watch the movie after your visit.

Joyce Mayer said...

Hi Diane,

Thank you for the mention and link. Did you see Hill St.? We began the drive up but it was so steep that we decided to turn around and get back to flat ground. I met the Pastor of one of the churches, who lives on Hill St.) and she said for the first month after moving there she could not drive down Hill St. but driving up was okay.

When the leaves are all off our trees I'll send you a picture of our "hill". Hint: we call our driveway "the ski slope". We take the trash can down towed to the back of my SUV and bring it back the same way. It's no big deal for people who have lived here all their lives, and it's not so big a deal for me anymore.

Hugs

Elizabeth said...

A wonderful find !

TexWisGirl said...

what a neat looking place! that home on the hill is almost intimidating! :)

Laurie M said...

I would love to visit here, that house on the hill has a great vantage point!

Arlene Grimm said...

I am armchair traveling and I love it. I have never heard of this little town. Thanks for sharing.

Stephanie said...

So beautiful, my friend. Yes, it must be a lovely view from the house on the hill :)

Enjoy your weekend! Hugs!

Shug said...

A sweet looking place. Guessing that the owners of that house get to enjoy an exciting view each morning...but, I'm sure that careful steps are made when walking around the place! Do people still hang laundry out to dry? lol

Vee said...

I've never seen that movie...must check into it. I would not like to live on such a steep closed hill, but I like that house a lot!

Katherines Corner said...

lovely photos thank you for sharing your visit with us. I hope you shared this at the Thursday hop ( you can link u through Sat) xox

Stacey said...

Looks like a little Mayberry. :)

boopnut said...

Very beautiful pictures. I would love to visit there as well!
Hugs,
Deb

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Wow, now that home must have a great view. Glad you are out and about and enjoying your time in the mountains!
hugs,
Linda

Curtains in My Tree said...


I'm in the mood for a road trip also
I always go west or south ,never to NC

Pamela Gordon said...

It's a wonderful looking town, Diane. I've never seen the movie though. Have a super weekend!

Trace4J said...

Love all the photos.
Have a great weekend.
I'm making some new woolie owls today.
Woolie Hugs

Donna said...

What a neat little town! I don't remember where it is located, so I will have to consult a map.

BeachGypsy said...

love small towns dont you?

Cranberry Morning said...

That looks like a fun and interesting place, Diane! And also fun to watch the movie associated with it.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

Did you go into the Junk shop?

cynthia lee designs said...

What a view they must have from their house on the hill!
Beautiful photos!
hugs,
Cindy

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Just like photos on picture post cards you find near the check out aisles. Beautiful scenes you've shared!!!

Linda Walker said...

Hi Diane,
Looks like you are enjoying your NC trip!
What an interesting little town to visit!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Linda
mysewwhatblog
PS You can never take too many photos!

Karen Ann said...

I'm admiring that rusty tin roof!

Sam I Am...... said...

I love small towns..they are so quaint and full of history and usually really nice people.
What a lovely town that is and I'll have to get that movie. I've never heard of it before but then I'm not big on t.v. or movies much.

deb @ frugal little bungalow said...

They must have a spectacular view from up there! :) AND a nice breeze.

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Love Asheville!! AND the Biltmore!

Marcia Pilar said...

Well, you know I'm going to stop at the post with a movie, don't you? ;) Must watch that one some time.
The views you're sharing are simply stunning, my friend. Catching up on your posts today was simply lovely.
xoxo

Red Rose Alley said...

What a charming place to visit. I've never seen 'My Fellow Americans' yet. I'd like to watch it now. It sounds like you had a lovely day.

~Sheri