• Roads Less Traveled: Spring in High Places

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    Living in the mountains of North Carolina, it takes spring a bit to get to us. The “flatland” pollen season had come and gone before the first leaves started to show on the trees around Boone, NC, but during the past two weeks spring has fully arrived.

  • Roads Less Traveled: Dear Jeff,

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    Dear Jeff, November 15, 2015. Today is a pretty important day. For me, it’s my 24th birthday. For you, today marks your 23rd year spent in the Cup series.

  • Roads Less Traveled: The Magic Continues

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    The leaves have continued to change quickly here in Northwest North Carolina, with everything above 5,000ft being mostly bare trees now. This weekend’s cold snap will get things cranking in the lower elevations across all of GA, SC, NC and TN.

  • Roads Less Traveled: The Falls- Part Three

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    If you love waterfalls, SW NC and NE GA are definitely some of the best places in the country for you to live. First, check out Part 1 and Part 2 of my “The Falls” series which each feature 2 waterfalls from the aforementioned region. In addition, check out my NC Highway 28 edition for more falls. I’ll be covering two […]

  • Roads Less Traveled: Mt. Mitchell, NC

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    Located north of Asheville, NC in the heart of the Black Mountain Range, Mt. Mitchell claims it’s stake as the highest point east of the Mississippi River. Standing tall at 6,684ft (1900ft higher than Brasstown Bald), it harbors a different kind of climate than anywhere else in the Appalachians. The highest temperature ever recorded atop […]

  • Roads Less Traveled: The Falls- Part Two

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    The southeast is not particularly well known for it’s waterfalls, despite there being many gorgeous ones peppered across the region. A few weeks ago, in part one of “The Falls” series, I featured Minehaha falls in Rabun County and Helton Creek Falls in Union County. If you haven’t seen it and would like to, you […]

  • Roads Less Traveled: A Night with the Northern Lights

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    The text message came in mid-afternoon on a Monday afternoon, alerting me to the potential for a severe, G4 geomagnetic storm. I got my supplies together before heading into work for the afternoon, with my fingers crossed that this storm would be “the one” to bring the Aurora Borealis into Northern Georgia. Auroras aren’t entirely unheard […]

  • Roads Less Traveled: NC Highway 28

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    Between Highlands and Franklin, NC lies a roadway carved into the side of a gorge. Highway 28 follows the Cullasaja River on it’s journey from Lake Sequoyah down through the Cullasaja Gorge. While the views of the gorge from the Highway are excellent, there is no room to pull off limiting you to viewing the […]

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