Visit The Blowing Rock

 

Ripley's Believe It Or Not-

"The only place in the world 

where snow falls upside down."

 

See for yourself the namesake

of the town of Blowing Rock

Open daily 9:00am - 5pm

Click to plan your experience

 

Blue Ridge Traveler

 Lake James, Linville Falls,

Marion, Little Switzerland,

and Old Fort, NC

 

Relax, Explore, & Connect

click for

Fun Finds and Freebies

www.blueridgetravelers.com

Need a Gift Idea?

 

The Mast Store Gift Guide

is filled with pages of possibilities! 

 

From Handwarmer Mugs

to socks that capture the

essence of 2020 (it's a 

Dumpster Fire!), you'll find

ideas to stuff everyone's stocking

and for under the tree, too.

 

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the virtual pages now.

 

Marathon Chiropractic 

Ryan Woods, DC

Ryan Phipps, LMT

 

We've moved!!! 

Visit us at our new location:

330 W King St

 

Experience our new services:

Whole Body Cryotherapy

Normatec Compression

Dry Needling

 

Call 828-264-6474 for appts

Click here for more details

 

Mountaineer Dental &

Sleep Center is

Welcoming new patients!

 

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& Sleep Center is committed

to your dental health

and safety with the latest

technology and compassionate

individualized care!

 

Call today for an appointment at

828-265-1112

mountaineerdental.com

 


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Dan's Starry Skies
by Dan Caton

Latest Update: June 13, 2014


Saturn and its rings (NASA)
June places Mars and Saturn along the arc of the ecliptic during the early evening. Saturn is always a fine view in a small telescope and even the smallest will show some of the rings and perhaps a few of its moons. Saturn has more moons visible in a modest (4-8 inch diameter) telescope that Jupiter but they are fainter. Jupiter is lost in the west now until we catch it in the dawn sky in a few months.

Saturn and Mars, looking south about 11pm.


The whole sky for June, 2014