Latest Blue Ridge Mountains Stories
Tryon Equestrian Partners calls on the nation's only solid log modular home company to build its vision of world-class luxury in an unprecedented timeframe CAMPOBELLO, S.C., June 27,
The leader in the log home industry delivers expertise, renowned technology, and unique "One-Day" process to meet building interest in rustic, natural home designs. CAMPOBELLO, S.C.,
Top-rated birding and nature tour company, Naturalist Journeys, announces a spring birding and nature tour to one of America’s scenic wonders, the fabled Blue Ridge Mountains. Charlotte,
The best fall foliage colors can be seen by spending several days in the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah National Park, and driving around each of those days.
Download the guide "Insider Secrets to Exploring Central Virginia" from http://www.cabincreekwood.com/download.htm. Waynesboro, VA (PRWEB) June 30, 2011 Central Virginia and the area surrounding Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County have so many different types of activities to offer the visitor.
The Spruce Fir Moss Spider (Microhexura montivaga) is an endangered species of spider that can be found at high elevations in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Initially identified in 1923, they inhabit moss that grows on rocks under the forest canopy. It is one of the smallest mygalomorph spiders, with the adults only measuring 3 to 4 millimeters. The coloration varies from light brown to yellow-brown to a darker reddish brown color, with no markings on its abdomen. Their chelicerae...
Shenandoah National Park is located in the State of Virginia in the United States. The park contains a portion of the Blue Ridge Mountains and holds 199,100 acres of land, of which 79,579 acres comprise a designated wilderness. The park extends across a narrow area, through eight counties, from Waynesboro to the town of Front Royal. The establishment of Shenandoah National park began in 1926, when the area was designated as a national park, but it was not officially established and opened...
- A mania for the use of printing-types; a strong propensity to write for publication.