Stick Boy Bread Co

345 Hardin Street

828-268-9900

 

* Artisan Breads

* Fresh Baked Pastries,

Cakes and Pies

* Delicious Coffee,

Espresso & Nitro

Featuring New

Croissants and

Danishes!!

Come enjoy your

Stick Boy experience.

We are looking forward

to your visit.

 

Check out our website

for weekly and monthly

specials!

Are you having a

Dental Emergency?

Pain, swelling, or do you believe

you are at risk

for dental infection?

 

Mountaineer Dental &

Sleep Center

is available to care for dental 

emergencies for High Country

residents.  

 

Teledentistry is available if you

cannot come to the office!

Call our dedicated

dental emergency line at

828-406-3368 or our

regular line at 828-265-1112.

We can help!

 

www.mountaineerdental.com

Powder Horn Mountain

If you like noise, crowds of

people, traffic and hubbub,

Powder Horn is probably not for

you. But, if you enjoy peace and

quiet, natural mountain beauty

and wildlife, Powder Horn may

be just the place for you.

Click here for more

information.

 

The Big Dawg

92.1FM

 

 

Serving the

Catawba Valley

  and the world with

Today's Hot

New Country.

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Idol's Tire Center

1032 E King St, Boone

since 1990

 

For 29 years setting the

High Country standard

for tires, brakes, timing

belts,minor-major car

repairs and much more...

 

Stop in today, we look 

forward to seeing you. 

 

1032 East King Street,

Boone 828-264-5414

 

Want to learn more about us?

CLICK HERE to visit

our website 

 


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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