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Raji of The Blue Ridge Mountains By Kenneth Borst
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Ex-Cia gets caught up in inter-national plot. Thrown into terroist plot that spans the globe.
Blue Ridge Beauty By Debby Genz
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images of natural beauty from the Blue Ridge mountains of Western NC
Mountain Breezes By Creative Writing I Blue Ridge Community College
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Literary magazine for a creative writing class at a small liberal arts college in Flat Rock, North Carolina
blue ridge parkway By Kim Ord
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2012 Calendar with Scenes from the overlooks on the Blue Ridge Parkway between Asheville and Little Switzerland, NC. Approximately, miles 335 and 380.
Wildflowers of the Blue Ridge Parkway 2015 By Annkatrin Rose
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This wall calendar shows a variety of native plants and wildflowers found along the Blue Ridge Parkway of West Virginia and North Carolina. Most were roadside finds, a few required a bit of hiking... More > along a trail starting at one of the overlooks or parking areas to get to. All of the flowers in this calendar are identified by their common and scientific names. They include: Silene virginica, Achillea millefolium, Viola rotundifolia, Acer rubrum, Iris verna, Clintonia umbellulata, Iris cristata, Kalmia latifolia, Asclepias tuberosum, Lilium superbum, Aruncus dioicus, Rudbeckia hirta, and Cypripedium acaule.< Less
Trees of the Blue Ridge Parkway 2015 By Annkatrin Rose
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This calendar features trees along the Blue Ridge Parkway of North Carolina from Grandview Overlook near Boone to the Black Mountain area near Mount Mitchell. The Southern Appalachians are home to... More > diverse forest communities with over 100 different tree species, more than one could find in all of Europe!< Less
DARKNESS ON EARTH: PART ONE: BLUE RIDGE AND THE APPALACHIA By PAUL LUKAS
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The Appalachian and especially the Blue Ridge Mountains have always been special to me. I always find a peace of mind when I visit them. The Mountains' stunning vistas--Sharp Top, Dragon's Tooth, the... More > Aleghany Mountains, and many others--help to define and sustain my life as an artist and are my favorite subjects to photograph. This book distills my inspiration.< Less
Blue River Mountain By Mary Elizabeth Michel
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It was a quiet quaint mountain village where people of all ages and walks of life enjoyed sharing. Until a triple murder rocked the mountain to the core. The Sheriff's daughter was found dead and... More > two brothers seemed to be the link. A web of deceit and lies were destroying two families and keeping the entire village on edge. Would the Sheriff allow anyone from the outside help unravel the truth, or would he use his power to assert revenge for his daughters death. The people of the village demanded answers, but no one would get the answers they had hoped for.< Less
The Blue Ridge Parkway: A Journey Through the Seasons 2015 By Annkatrin Rose
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Life is a journey, not a destination. This wall calendar takes you on a journey through the seasons along the Blue Ridge Parkway, a 469 miles long ribbon of road weaving through the Southern... More > Appalachians and connecting Shenandoah National Park in Virginia with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina. Images were taken either on the Parkway or of the Parkway from hikes on the surrounding mountain peaks. Enjoy the journey!< Less
Biking the Blue Ridge Parkway with Five Granddaughters By Allen Johnson
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This past summer my five granddaughters and I bike the 469-mile length of the Blue Ridge Parkway. The 5-year old rode on a tag-along attached to my bike while the older granddaughters rode their own... More > bikes as we pedaled 50-miles a day for 10 days. The scenery turned out to be as beautiful as I imagined: breathtaking mountain vistas, sparkling clear streams, abundant wildlife, sweet-smelling flowers and very little automobile traffic. Once an hour we saw a deer eating leaves off a tree, a wild turkey scratching for seeds, a hawk circling the cliff edge, a red fox trotting by, a skunk eyeing us or a bobcat chasing a rabbit. On the tenth day we biked up to the highest point on the Parkway, 6053-foot altitude. The road ran downhill from there. The best part – spending time with my granddaughters.< Less