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LINVILLE GORGE WILDERNESS - LINVILLE FALLS
FROZEN FALLS OF LINVILLE GORGE During the first week of 2018, the temperature in the Linville Gorge rarely rose above 20 degrees.  In a week's time, the Linville River froze to the point that the Linville Falls became a frozen white column of ice.  Hearing ...
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NEW YEAR'S DAY 2018 - Eno River State Park
ENO RIVER STATE PARK - LAUREL BLUFF TRAIL For the last five years, Easy Jake has joined the Fat Bald White Guy and his Faithful Hiking Companion on the first hike of the New Year.  Until this year we hiked Linville Gorge. Seeing that temps there were in the...
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MEYTRE MILL AT McGALLIARD FALLS IN BURKE COUNTY
  Located on the outskirts of the Burke County hamlet of Valdese at the foot of McGalliard Falls in the Meytre Mill.  Fred Meytre constructed the mill on this site in 1906 and operated it into the 1940's.   The falls are 45 feet tall and flow over a broad g...
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DELLINGER MILL IN MITCHELL COUNTY
We visited the most authentic working grist mill in North Carolina.  The Dellinger Mill is four miles outside of Bakersville, North Carolina on the Cane Creek.  It is a the site of a farmstead and mill that has been working on this site since 1867 when it w...
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SALEM CREEK GREENWAY - QUARRY PARK
LABOR DAY AT QUARRY PARK As I have played Reynolds Park Golf Course in Winston-Salem since I was a teenager, I have known of the quarry on the ridge behind the fourth hole...even heard stories of cliff diving teenagers...but never ventured there until today...
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FRANCIS MILL - WAYNESVILLE NC
FRANCIS MILL Located in the Francis Cove community of Haywood County, stands the historic Francis Mill.  The restored mill faces NC 276 just outside of Waynesville, North Carolina.  Built in 1887 by William Francis, the mill is still owned by his descendant...
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