Ski Country Sports

 

Over 2,5000 sets of the latest

skis and snowboards;

we can handle individuals

and groups of all sizes. 

 

Locations in Charlotte,

Asheville, Banner Elk, Boone,

Sugar Ski & Country Club

1-800-528-3874

Jim's Corner Furniture

15,000 ft. of showroom space

 

Broyhill • La-Z-Boy • Lane

Catnapper • Serta iComfort

Craftmaster • Motion Beds 

Lift Chairs • Capel Rugs 

Cabin Lamps

 

-6 miles from West Jefferson-

160 Northwest School Rd.

 

Warrensville, NC

336-384-2929

L&N Performance

Auto Repair

 

Don't hit the panic button

We've got your back!

 

828-414-0051

3-year, 36,000 mile warranty 

on all repairs.

• Digital vehicle inspections

 • Text-based communication

• Financing for large repairs

Loaner cars -  subject to avail. 

 

LNAutoRepair.com 

Lawrence-Hughes Antique

Restoration & Furniture Repair

Over 40 years experience

Some of our specialties include:

French Polish

• Gold & Silver Gilding

• Intricate wood carving repair

 

Call for free estimates

828-297-4010 or

828-719-0569

New Horizon Hardscapes

 Mature Field Grown Perennials

 Ready in the Spring

Peonies (variety of colors)

 Siberian Iris

Daylilies (variety of colors)

Ferns, Coreopsis 

Lavender, Daisies

Lawn & Landscape

Maintenance Programs

 NC Lic. Landscape & General

Contractor

Text or Call:

828-773-3837

 www.newhorizonhardscapes.com 


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Catawba Falls
by Travis Proctor & Brenda Hoss

Latest Update: April 21, 2011


Photo by Travis Proctor
Directions: From exit 73 on I-40 at Old Fort, NC turn onto Catawba Falls Road, traveling about 3 miles to end of road. Trail head is on left across an old bridge. Hike 1.3 miles to base of first falls and .2 miles to second falls. Dangerous climb to second falls.




Photo by Travis Proctor


Photo by Travis Proctor