I liked Asheville so much I stayed an extra day. In the morning I went for a jog through the neighborhoods on the west side of town. It was beautiful out, warm and sunny but not too hot. Everything was lush green - the trees were full of leaves and the lawns were full of grass. I found a hydrant for sale:
You don't normally find fire hydrants in such nice condition, so feel free to call if you're in need
I headed downtown and went to some cafes and a cool local bookstore - Malaprop's. I bought a couple books and read them in a park. Asheville has a good community feel. It's not a big town - around 75,000 - but it feels like a bigger town because the people come out together. I ran into Jim from the hostel and we went to a couple bars. At the second one there was a strange Irish bluegrass family band playing. They sat in a circle and each of them played a different instrument. It was pretty strange.
I ended up having a pretty slow night hanging out at the hostel and playing guitar with Nisha.