Roaring Fork Falls – A Dreary June Hike

A Dreary Day at Roaring Fork Falls? Doesn't sound very enticing..does it?. It was a foggy, damp, and cool day for June in the Pisgah National Forest at the base of Mount Mitchell.  The temperature on my car was a blazing 56 degrees at the parking area. It wasn't exactly "swimming" weather.  It wasn't raining... Continue Reading →

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Roaring Fork Falls and the Return of the 2014 Polar Vortex w/video

Here we go again...another shot of polar, arctic air sending temps into the single digits below 0 and wind chills in the -20's. This pattern seems a little drawn out this January. However, if you pay attention to the weather, there are these short warm ups in between arctic shots. If timed out just right,... Continue Reading →

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