It took us 20-30 minutes-ish to get to Lake Lure from Debbie's house and the drive up was so pretty! And I saw no less than 100 places that I would happily call home...you know, if that lottery thing ever pans out. So we found a place to park for the craft fair...and I looked to my right...and I said "OMG is that...? I think that's...! OMG!" I'm pretty sure I started sweating.
You see, they shot parts of Dirty Dancing in Lake Lure and that is one of my all time favorite movies. And when I saw "Johnny's Cabin" I got all stalker-ish and ran over with my camera. Upon further inspection, found "Baby's Cabin". My mother-in-law and I looked a little crazy but it was pretty cool. I'm not entirely sure anything for the movie was done in or around those cabins...but I was a little star-struck all the same.
So then we spent a while wandering around the little craft fair. There was lots of neat stuff (man, I love those things!) and there was a Great Dane Rescue program there with some of their adorable giants collecting donations.
|Grant was rather attached to this sweet girl. Even gave her kisses!|
|Grant found a fountain to play in too|
After the craft fair (and a very yummy snow cone that Grant and I shared) we took a walk along Lake Lure just enjoying the sights. There were lots of ducks, birds, and even a turtle that we saw and Grant just loves being outside look at things like that. He had a great time.
|Excited about the turtle sighting|
|Checking out the ducks|
|We even trespassed.|
|That's Chimney Rock.|
After a yummy late lunch, we headed back to Debbie's house to hang out some more. We were exhausted. Well, the adults were exhausted. Grant was still riding his vacation high and getting anyone who wasn't comatose to play with him.