Bunny and I have usually visited Brevard late in the year,
sometime between October and December (inclusive).
It's typically quiet,
lots of parking downtown and very few people milling about.
Oh My God!
The one downside to staying at The Sunset Motel is having to park downtown
(it's a bit outside walking distance to downtown).
And that's bad this time of year as there is no parking available.
Even last night when we ate at The Square Root
(their Pecan-encrusted Brie is to die for)
we had trouble finding a parking spot.
We ended up parking several blocks west of downtown.
The sidewalks were mobbed.
And there was fifteen minute wait at Rocky's Soda Shop.
But for a retro-50s soda fountain they are rather high-tech.
A waiter took our name and cell phone number,
entered it into an iPad application
which then called us when our booth was ready.
Who knew there's an app for that?
And even the barber shop
was crowded today when usually we're the only ones there.
It's odd to think of Brevard as “bustling.”
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