On the way to Cashiers, NC for an art festival,
as we passed the The Falls Café and Grill in Lake Toxaway
we decided to give it a try.
we needed to turn around as it came up rather suddenly as we were coming around a curve on the two-lane road.
I found the first available road to turn onto,
hoping to find a spot to turn around.
The road I turned on was a twisty, high-grade one-lane road where I had to drive nearly a mile before I found a driveway to turn myself around.
I'm surprised I never encountered another car going the other direction,
as backing up was not an option.
The Falls Café and Grill was good,
but the view was fantastic:
The art festival in Cashiers was good—worth the drive,
but nothing extreme lept out at me while there.
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