Photos of the Snow Storm in Boone, NC

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A sleepy Boone, NC on the morning of a big snow.

I woke up this morning to take a couple of photos of the big snow storm that came in overnight.  The photo above was taken at dawn on King St, downtown Boone, NC.  I wanted to capture the snow and the beauty of this sleepy mountain town.  When people think of Boone, a lot of people think of our historic downtown – Mast General Store, Our Daily Bread, Melanies…

Snow storms like this are one of the many reasons we love the High Country!

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Sunrise over Appstate Campus

Sunrise Over Appstate Campus

Sunrise Over Appstate Campus

Good morning ASU!  Here the sun acts as a natural alarm clock attempting to wake the students up at 7:00am.  Good morning Boone, NC!

Boone, NC: A View From Above

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Boone, NC and Appalachian State University at dusk.

As Realtors in Boone, NC we’re constantly traversing the ridges of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  From time to time we come across properties that offer such unique perspectives of the town we love – Boone, NC.  Here you can see the lights of ASU and Boone, NC  on a cold evening in early March.  Living in Boone, NC is living the dream.  I encourage you to take the plunge and come experience it for yourself!

Winter Weather: Boone, NC vs Wilkesboro, NC

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One of the great things about Boone, NC is the weather.  Living here you get to enjoy all 4 distinct seasons.  I took these photos yesterday afternoon within 30 minutes of each other, only 15 miles apart.  The key is the elevation change.  With Boone being around 3300 ft elevation, Wilkesboro drops off sharply coming in at roughly 1000 ft elevation.  It’s amazing how different the weather can be off the mountain!  So this summer when it’s scorching in the piedmont come on up to the High Country and enjoy the cool mountain weather of Boone, NC!

Neon NC Sunset

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How does it get any better than this?

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After a long week of work, I love nothing more than going out and enjoying the mountains.  This photo was taken a few weeks ago on Easter day, way down in the Lost Creek development, off of 221 south of Blowing Rock.  The mountains of North Carolina are so exquisite.  This picture doesn’t do any justice to how magnificent these falls really are.   Sometimes it’s hard not to take it for granted.  Being surrounded by constant beauty and ever changing weather is a way of life in Boone.

Just yesterday I awoke to a brilliant blue sky.  By noon, it clouded up and the winds started howling at 20+ miles per hour.  Just an hour later the wind died off and the sun came out.  Well, that didn’t last…  By 3:00pm, the winds picked up again and it started snowing!  I couldn’t believe it!  There’s an expression people have in Boone that says “If you don’t like the weather, wait 5 minutes”.  This statement couldn’t be more true!  This is just one aspect of high country living that I cherish.  The constant change of the atmosphere is so unique, unlike any other place I’ve lived.  If you’re looking for a rich mountain experience, come see us at Boone Real Estate.

Red Buds Blooming in Boone, NC

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Red Buds in Bloom in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Boone, NC

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