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What a great time to do some hiking
The leaves have peaked in most areas, and we’re bracing for a cold snap. It is expected to freeze hard over the next few evenings, so if you haven’t done your winterizing, now’s the time. We actually had two hard … Continue reading
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Great Weather and Great Jazz
The perfect fall weather has continued. There are some leaves falling, but not so many that I’ve gotten out the leaf blower, although it won’t be long. Most of the dogwoods have changed, and we have a few hickories turning … Continue reading
Where’s the View?
If you’ve looked for mountain property, chances are that you’ve asked that question. In theory, the listing sheet should specify whether the view is year-round or seasonal. In practice, agents – who are all fiction writers by trade – are … Continue reading
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Hard winds blowing but things are looking up
It has only been about forty degrees this week, but the wind has blown so hard that it has felt much colder. But we’ve had some beautiful days, if you can stand the wind. Last night, the wind dropped around … Continue reading
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A Dogwood Winter
We’re having what the locals call “dogwood winter.” That’s when it turns colder when the dogwoods are in bloom. We’re supposed to have patchy frost tomorrow morning, and the mornings have been pretty crisp, usually in the 40s, with windy … Continue reading
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