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“Find out about special and meaningful places on the campus property. Get a relationship with the surrounding area by walking a bit off the trails. For example, see the autumn light at dusk in the pine forest close to the fortune house. Or find the marker for Mr. Davidson, who was the first white settler in this area and later killed by native Indians. A peaceful place can be found on the Clingman pasture, and then find the old dam which once provided power to the college. Another advice is to make a connection with Asheville. Start by taking the free guided walking tour on Sundays. Check the news for upcoming events, like the spectacular arrival of the chimney swifts. You do not want to miss it.” -Dean of Work Ian Robertson

“Find out about special and meaningful places on the campus property. Get a relationship with the surrounding area by walking a bit off the trails. For example, see the autumn light at dusk in the pine forest close to the fortune house. Or find the marker for Mr. Davidson, who was the first white settler in this area and later killed by native Indians. A peaceful place can be found on the Clingman pasture, and then find the old dam which once provided power to the college. Another advice is to make a connection with Asheville. Start by taking the free guided walking tour on Sundays. Check the news for upcoming events, like the spectacular arrival of the chimney swifts. You do not want to miss it.” -Dean of Work Ian Robertson

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