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Equipment Rental Asheville Nc





equipment rental asheville nc






    equipment rental
  • means a service establishment that may offer a wide variety of household and business equipment, furniture, and materials for rental. Does not include construction equipment rental, which is separately defined.





    asheville nc
  • Asheville is a city in and the county seat of Buncombe County, North Carolina, United States. It is the largest city in Western North Carolina, and continues to grow. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that Asheville's population in 2009 was 76,636.











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Motorcycle Adventures in the Southern Appalachians: Asheville Nc, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Nc High Country Book 2


Motorcycle Adventures in the Southern Appalachians: Asheville Nc, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Nc High Country Book 2



Hawk Hagebak's Motorcycle Adventures guidebooks cover the best rides in the Southern Appalachians, from the mountains of North Georgia to the highlands of West Virginia. In between the tight turns, sweeping curves, covered bridges, tiny towns, and mountain passes, you'll enjoy local eateries, visit motorcycle-only resorts, take in the attractions, and soak up the world class scenery. Now updated, Hawk's second book in the series takes riders through the world's shortest tunnel at Tennessee's Backbone Rock, and from the cosmopolitan streets of Asheville to the mile-high wonders of the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are 27 rides in all, along with places to stay, play, eat, and shop.










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Biltmore House and Fountain --- Asheville (NC) April 2009




Biltmore House and Fountain --- Asheville (NC) April 2009





Biltmore House near Asheville (NC).

This country retreat, built for George Washington Vanderbilt III and completed in December 1895, is located in the Blue Ridge/ Appalachian mountain ranges in western North Carolina southwest of the town of Asheville, which was known in the late nineteenth century as a health resort.

This large estate of 125,000 acres was planned as self-supporting with gardens, a nursery, farms, and forests surrounding the estate. The name Biltmore derives from "Bildt," Vanderbilt's ancestors' place of origin in Holland, and "More," Anglo-Saxon for open, rolling land.

The house was modeled on the French Renaissance chateau, with steeply pitched roofs, towers, turrets, and extensive sculptural ornamentation.

This style was "the Nouveau Riche style" of the third quarter of the nineteenth century in England, and of Victorians who were attracted to the skyline silhouette of this dramatic style.

Building architect Richard Morris Hunt and Vanderbilt had visited a number of these estates in both France and England and they were especially impressed by Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire (1877-83), which was one of the principal sources for the elevated land east of the house.

Size was also important, for this residence is reportedly the largest private house in the U.S. The house has 4 acres of floor space, 250 rooms, and 43 bathrooms.

Although the main building had its source in sixteenth century France (via Victorian England), it was designed with the most up-to-date technological advances--central heating and plumbing (including instantly available hot water), electricity, mechanical refrigeration, two electric elevators, an electric dumb waiter, a bowling alley, and a 70,000-gallon in-door swimming pool.

Built of Indiana limestone, the house was sited facing east with a front facade of more than 375 feet. The western facade (or rear) has an extensive porch, with views of Mt. Pisgah and the Blue Ridge Mountain Range, and opening into the house's main rooms.

The approach road to the house and the estate's restored lands, including forests and gardens, were designed by a team headed up by Vanderbilt and Frederick Law Olmsted.

The house and grounds have been opened to the public since 1930.

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Look Homeward, Angel -- Asheville (NC) Sidewalk Art April 2009




Look Homeward, Angel -- Asheville (NC) Sidewalk Art April 2009





Asheville (NC) is the home town of Thomas Wolfe, one of the great Anerican writers of the twentieth century. His use of language and unique literary style elevated his life to legendary status through his four autobiographical novels. His first novel, "Look Homeward, Angel", was published in 1929, nine years before his death.

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Asheville Doggie Guide, Second Edition






The new Second Edition of the Asheville Doggie Guide has everything for dogs -- hundreds of listings for Buncombe and Henderson Counties (Asheville, Hendersonville, and surrounding areas) in Western North Carolina -- plus over 50 pages of bonus material from Carolina Mountain Dog (www.cmdog.com), the area's leading "blogazine" for dog lovers! Find pet-friendly accommodations, adoption agencies, boarding facilities, doggie daycare, dog parks, groomers, dog sitters, dog therapists, and more.

The new Second Edition of the Asheville Doggie Guide has everything for dogs -- hundreds of listings for Buncombe and Henderson Counties (Asheville, Hendersonville, and surrounding areas) in Western North Carolina -- plus over 50 pages of bonus material from Carolina Mountain Dog (www.cmdog.com), the area's leading "blogazine" for dog lovers! Find pet-friendly accommodations, adoption agencies, boarding facilities, doggie daycare, dog parks, groomers, dog sitters, dog therapists, and more.










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