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    High Country Beer Fest 2010

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      If you weren't here, you missed out, y'all!

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    ASU vs NCSU

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      Photos of just some of the fine folk who attended the Appalachian State vs North Carolina State football game on Saturday September 2, 2006. Can't wait to see you soon at The Rock!

    Appalachian Artifacts

    • Harley isn't afraid of witches or ghosts...
      I took a winter walk through the woods near my home this week. Harley was my steadfast companion. We found numerous human artifacts and we would like to share a few with you.

    Tater Hill Paragliding Competition May 2006

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      An album of photos taken on May 10, 2006 of a hang gliding and paragliding competition held on top of Tater Hill in Zionville, North Carolina.


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    Watauga River Run 2007

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      This is an album of photos I took at Saturday's 6th annual Watauga River Run in Valle Crucis, N.C. The 5K event raises money for the Watauga County Schools and Zapfitness in honor of a pair of runners, Gwen Tyrie and Andy Palmer, who died a week apart in 2002. (Click on thumbnails for a larger image)

    Watauga River Run 2006

    • Kitty Rominger nears the finish line
      135 runners took part in the 5th annual Watauga River Run on May 27th 2006. The 5k race started and ended at Valle Crucis Elementary school. Proceeds from the race benefit the Gwen Tyrie and Andy Palmer Memorial Funds.
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