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"beech mountain" Discussed on Cork Talk

Cork Talk

11:30 min | 4 months ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on Cork Talk

"Of here to do business grow this region and ultimately you know compete for some of that once base. Yeah absolutely and I think you know having just really having that on the bottle definitely helps because it does set. Aside saying hey. This place is different grows or has perfect conditions for growing wine and it's consistent quality wine across that area so definitely a long lasting peace that they gave to the state itself. So let's let's talk a little bit about You know the the grapes that are actually grown at because we kind of touched on a little bit on pieces there What is it that Chilton gross all right? I'll I'll start off on varieties of so. We grow ten Different grape varieties. Total all the net FRA. Currently we have four Whiteson six. Read the whites that we grow. We have riesling. Chardonnay Sauvignon Blanc and deep man. Sang We also have Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc Merlot. To Not Mullebeck and cheaper does the big Bordeaux varieties and and also to not throw it in there to To have some variety As mania had mentioned earlier You know we're twenty years in here Shelton's and so there's been there certainly been hearing of trial and error over the years and You know as as he said we have seen in years ago. I think there was also a survey rob t Sarah Vienna Sanjay See So and we just switch varieties over. The years finally landed on these. That seemed to be working well for us. And discussing varietal. Selection for a winery is a very very long conversation but And it has to bit. You know the dip various business models for your particular winery But they seem to be working very well for a lot. A lot of big name varieties and that works. Well when you're thinking about the line Not only in your tasting room but also on the store shelves you people immediately recognize Riesling Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay The petite man saying is rather new edition We should be getting our first vintage off of that. Twenty twenty one so that's coming along quite well. I'm looking forward to that So yeah so got a got quite the SPEC from the of different varieties choose from and I saw recently. You're planting more mullebeck yet that's We have a new block of Mullebeck. We were putting in some Replacement binds Yesterday filling in some of the some of the gaps so yeah we currently We currently have around three acres of Mullebeck over just beating those numbers up a little bit and adding another Another three and a half acres. So what's the best variety in your? Oh that's that's a loaded question Well as I think everyone that you you guys would agree to you. I mean are petite. Rudo I mean as the red go just looking at it from the culture standpoint De Brito does very well you know consistently produces a Quality red wine You know the chemistry's from field in the from the Jews it's it's excellent one of my favorite reds That's that's For sure Also you know. I've talked about this a lot. Too Not It's it's becoming popular in the area in. It's it's certainly one of my favorite varieties It maintains its acidity very well in the field. Actually Sometimes have to make the we have to watch it and hope the PH actually continues to go up so long to acidic. That's a great problem to have for for reds here in here in North Carolina And also I think for our reds that it has the most consistent quality from vintage to vintage which is huge for obviously the quality of wine that you're producing but also from a business perspective of knowing that you're going to have that quality and and it's reliable. Tonight's the darkest variety that One of the darkest varieties I've worked with worked with hybrids natives and things like that And so there's a it's it's one of my personal favorites For the for the white varieties the man saying I've made in the past Elsewhere in it's it's one of my favorites. I'm really looking forward to that. We don't have that on the shelves but yet But actually Soviet blogs been been a variety that it surprises me how versatile it is in the winery in the field. It is a very delicate. It is a very delicate variety. I mean you really have to harvest it at the opportune time and you have to be it out in the field But once you get into the winery you can make anything from you. Know a more mineral. Driven french-style Sauvignon Blanc To a more fruit forward Or basis leaning more toward that New Zealand style so depending on the stylistic techniques you take a wider you have a lot of versatility with that and that's actually been really exciting to me over the over the past couple years working with that so the sexually probably a really good spot to take a quick little break so we can hop into our wine education segment. But then we'll be right back and we will talk more about the wines that you make with those grapes. It's time again for wine class with the mine. Mouths Jesse and Jessica welcome back. What are we covering today? Are absolute favorite topic. Rose Ache so we're going to start talking a little bit about. Just how rose as made the differences from red and white wine and in general there's a million ways to make resume and there's a lot of different things but mostly rose made from red grapes. Obsoleted like white one. Yeah that's like the bullet. There is no such thing as pink grapes so as we talk about last time you know most most red grapes when they use the juices clear. So that makes sense yes. Yes so squished red grape immediately. You would get wine but rose as made by allowing the skins to sit on the grape juice for a period of time depends on how long you what style you're looking for what you're going for. But yeah not give it the distinctive color but that time can be short as like an hour and you'll get some color so when you're at the grocery store the wine store wherever else you see all these varying shades of Rosa. What's the difference between them? There's a lot of different factors. I the grapes themselves. I mean yes there. All right grapes. But some grapes may have more of a bluish tone to Some may have more of a bricky shades of red. So you know if you get just a little bit of that color may turn out to be a diversion pink that also they are made in different ways so you can have longer skin contact and get something that has more color. So there are three general ways to make maceration Sonia and blending so we'll dive into each of those a little bit so maceration most common to make so. The grapes are picked crushed. And then the against it's on the skins for a little bit of time Aspiration is just the active. The grapes sitting with the skins use the second. Sonya is a French term. This means to bleed off. So do you WanNa talk about that one a little bit or say this one is kind of when you're gonNA make red wine and you decide. Well let me just pull out a little bit of the juice early on and make Rosa and then I still have my red wine in the back and really concentrates the flavor of the red wine a little bit more exactly. You're kind of like trying to make two out of one interesting. No waste product more. Bang for your buck and then blending so this is just mixing finished red and white wine together to make a pink bland or blending different rules eight. Maybe even lending before you ferment. Blending is very wide term. A lot of your grocery store wine at lower price points are probably just going to be blended. That's typically read more Redmond with a lot of white so now when it comes to rose as would you like about them. Do you like the lighter spectrum or do you like the darker more full. Were your thoughts. Yes and so I tend to lean more towards the lighter but I also really enjoy sparkley them champagne or any of the sparkling kind of options and I liked the latter two. But it depends on what you're doing with the wine or what you're pairing with of you might want to be Rosa okay. I can see that almost treated like a red. If you stick mistaken Rosie too so if you're going to a dinner party but don't what's being served? What kind of wine do you bring or Thanksgiving? And that's because rooseveltism pretty much adventure. There's a few caveats in there but it's always a bit. Yeah for sure and I think it needs to get a bad rap. It's really such a popular wine right now but it doesn't have to be sweet. I think people will see their pink color and used to think more commonly that. Are this going to be fruity. Girly sweet brine. It can still be a toss up looking at the grocery store and you see all the be a toss up if you're going to get a sweeter dry so it's true the label carefully and when all else fails go for one from France This is a win. Isn't okay time to have. I think anytime of day breakfast lunch dinner after dinner. Yes anytime of year for sure I mean. They put Roseanne Cans. Now so it'd be aligned. Yeah whether you're going to be true mountains floating downriver or even to Beech Mountain. I'm going there next again. Excellent Rosa yeah good idea. We have a lot of great as North Carolina to you can make them from a lot of different grapes but there are some of the standards. Cab Franck Chanson even. Yeah Sure Chambers Chamber Does Not Take Long Automakers. So do you have a favorite Rosie grape over me? Grenache Aphid or high if he has it's probably why well guess any other? Rosaiah tips that you have for our listeners or for US straight Thursday at all like our conversations Corozzo is perfect at any time of day. So Jesse Jessica thank you very much for giving US Little Rosa Education..

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"beech mountain" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

The Lavendaire Lifestyle

07:08 min | 9 months ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

"Yeah so when I had a student talk about the death of family member. I'm not even exaggerating. Like fifteen fifteen kids wanted to talk about like their dead relatives or what's And then of course inevitably it comes up like what happens when you die and depending on your religious faith take your finger believes everyone's coming in from but everyone's like talking over each and some kids are like like freaking out because their classmates sang different. Never heard before. Oh my gosh just kind of calming that situation saying you know well depending on what your beliefs are. Everybody thinks something difference. Unfortunately there really isn't. Who's right or wrong right and I think that type of phrasing can yeah? That's like the best answer you can give but certainly like a follow up to parents of like. Hey so this came up in class today in case the dinner table wanting to respect all of you like I obviously did not commit to one particular idea of afterlife but might WanNa have befall conversation with your child. So yeah. That's definitely one where I've been a little stumped before so that's a good one interesting and then someone else asked mel asked asked. How do you approach topics like mental health? I actually start and I truthfully I'm very transparent with us about my own journey and my own struggles like I've I talked to my students about having dealt with depression and anxiety and when we talk a lot about identity differences that some of those things are seen in and some of them are unseen. And just. Because you can't tell what somebody's going through just by looking at them doesn't mean you can make the assumption that you know everything about them And I think a lot of that empathy and perspective taking work is really really important. You know the idea of being unwell doesn't have to do with breaking your leg or having the flu But there are a lot of other things that manifest themselves very different reasons to awesome. Yeah I agree. That's a good way to put it so now. Have some rapid fire questions that I ask all of our guests at the end of the show. Are you ready. Yeah okay the first question is what does your dream. Life Look like reading a lot like young if I could choose between like Beech Mountain Cabin every other day just reading with my friends hanging out the amazing a so. What is one book or resource? You recommend to everybody right now. It would be era Mex- candies newer book occur how to be an anti-racist I think it's a great nation like narrative in history but also giving people ideas of what types of action to take in order to become like anti-racist citizens it's really good awesome and you tend to read books in this like genre or like what type of books do you grabbed tapes. Were all my gosh. I read a lot of history and social sciences. That's that's my entire bookshelves. My partner is not super thrilled. With how many well. What is one habit that has changed your life saying saying no to things? Yeah that's a good one not feeling obligated. I think with educators and people who work with kids in an industry of of care at all. It's very common to just WANNA put other people before you constantly in your own needs burner recognizing that it's really important to create boundaries and it's okay to say no and not have to feel bad about it. Oh Yeah I think. That's a huge lesson for teachers. Especially because you're so helpful and so giving you need to Have that boundary. Give back to yourself. Yeah and there is such a good damaging narrative teacher murder. You know. It's always more kids. They always come first but you know what if you're sick sick and struggling like you're not going to be of used anybody exactly. I'm happy you brought that up so the next one is what's the best life or career advice you've ever gotten do. It's you have to due to do what you WANNA do. My mentor teacher. told me that one there are some times just certain hoops. That are really annoying that you have to jump through. But if they're going to allow you to pursue what really matters to you just gotta done. Yep Yep that's life okay. The last one finish the sentence. The most amazing part about life is is variety But some new answer precisely the same okay also have and lastly Liz. Where can we find find you online? I am by far the most active on instagram. My handle at teach entrance spine. I also have a website teach transform dot org then also have twitter twitter and facebook accounts under the same name. But I don't use them nearly as much yeah. Your instagram is amazing. Thank you so much for being here again. I love the work that you I do. Keep doing it keep doing you thank you so much. I really appreciate it all right. I hope you like the interview with loose Kline Rock and now I just WANNA share some takeaways. From our conversation station the first takeaway is one of the most important things you can do is grow yourself. Learn to be more aware of your own story your own baggage and your own biases because all of that affects your thinking it affects your conversations just affects how you put yourself out into the world and and interact with other people so we are all biased in our own way. The first step is admitting that you do have your own biased. Just based on how you were raised and the environment airman you grew up in things like that and awareness is really the first step to begin dismantling this old thought patterns or these old biases that you may have the the second takeaway is to always question what you think you know because those maybe biases so don't make any assumptions. What you think you know may be wrong so go into conversations with an open mind and seek to learn and understand? I never assume that you know everything about a topic topic or that. You are right and someone else's wrong because it's never black and white the lasky takeaway I got from this conversation is that kids are much smarter and have more more to say than we give them credit for. We should empower our youth rather than dismissing them. And I think so. Often we dismiss kids because we think they don't know anything or they're too young young but really I remember being a kid if you think back on when you were a kid even when you're in second or third grade you already have an idea of the world how things work and you're already pretty tapped into pop culture mainstream media. You know what's going on. You know what people are talking about. So yeah just. Don't dismiss kids and really empower them and encourage them to have more of these open conversations about social justice and important issues all right. That's it for today's podcast sending you all so much love and I will talk to you next time. All right. That's it for today's episode. Thank you so much for listening to the lavender lifestyle. If you like this podcast please show your support by leaving review on items. Lastly you can catch on Youtube and Instagram at lavender where I have even more content for the artist artist of like sending you so much bye..

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Seven jars one Jack Daniels, Miller, beer and lake. Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep ram. The fact we love you so much. He's all we talk about. Well, how much we love news news eleven ten ninety nine three. WBZ? Hi, Bill Bhartiya. We're back on the Carolina outdoors and your fresh back from a ski trip out west. And I really thought you'd for yourself. So I'm very proud of you. But if you had who would have saved you. Well, listen, we're going to find out about that. Because I don't know if anybody would have saved me. Put up a marker. Did you pick up jacket over there? We saw in the woods. Oh my goodness. No. That wasn't a jacket that was Bill anyway. We're going to talk a little bit as we have before here on the Carolina outdoors about ski patrol, whether it be local wetter be the national ski patrol, and how that's put together and who better to talk with then our friend, Richard Gere check who is on the board of the national ski patrol, Richard. Welcome back to the Carolina outdoors. This is one of my favorite phone calls all year, guys. May we love getting you on here? Of course, we've had some weather whether it be here locally our friends at west to plenty of snow going on. And of course, we've had the the first holiday of the year with the Martin Luther King weekend taking place but upcoming or president's day, spring breaks all of those long weekends and people who didn't get away during the week. There's plenty of skiing going on. But since we last spoke to you something has big has happened in your world. How in the world did a Union County North Carolina boy make it onto the board of the national ski patrol. Well, the way that works is that there are thirty one thousand ski patrollers around the world and the board puts out a request for candidates every year, and they put a list of needs out there. And if you think. Thank your skill set fits those list of needs. You you fill out the process, and and get your name put out there as a candidate. And then folks from all over the world have to vote for you. Well, talk to us a little bit about the mission. And I guess the responsibility nationally for what the national ski patrol does. Well, so you've got a couple of different parts of this. The national ski patrol is is a big education body that that that does all the education for outdoor emergency care, outdoor emergency transportation. We do avalanche training avalanche rescue training. So all of the stuff that that a a mountain would need whether it be in cattle. Or beech mountain North Carolina or out into Colorado, and Utah all of those things that those mountains need that education can come up underneath the national ski patrol, and we provide all of that with instructors and curriculum. And you know, so we we put all that together. So that then the people who ski at beech mountain or who ski at snow bird and Utah. All have a place. They can go to be educated. So that they can then be ski patrollers at those mountains. Well, thank goodness. I made it through my last ski outing with no incident. No accident, but one thing and we talked about it on prior segments. While we were out there in the last few trips to mountains on ski trips. It seems like helmets are mainstream international you really everybody almost is wearing a helmet similar to the bicycle industry. These days or to the motorcycle industry all the down South Carolina at the BUSTER Boyd bridge, you can say PayPal pull over to the gas station and take off their helmets because they have no helmet. South carolina. But listen ski and snowboard almost everyone is wearing helmets. These days is that one of the educational components that the national ski patrol help push forward in conjunction with resort saying the ski industry it is. In fact, we've got a new program that we're initiating this year, you know, in conduct in conjunction with the industry called lids on kids. So we want we want as many kids to have lids as we possibly can. Because we know so much more about concussions and head injuries. And what the not just the short term effect of those can be, but what the long term effects of those are. And it's important for us, as you know, as the the medical component of that industry, and as the education component of that industry that we help support. Lives on kids. And then just helmets on just anybody in general now, I have been known to call him brain buckets. So you know, if you like your brain you wanna go skiing with it in a bucket. Well, there you go. Now, we'll talk about stereotypes a minute. Do you guys have or did you ever have Saint bernards with kegs on our necks? Well, I think out west there have been a number of different variations of that is certainly in Europe. You know, I think we've saved from Saint bernards that that we're used to to to recover people from avalanches now when you look at our avalanche dogs or the short term Abby dogs. They tend to be border collies, and golden retrievers, and so far I have not seen any show up at a rescue with a with a small barrel around their necks. That I'm sure can be handled off the slope somewhere after you've been dug out of the snow. I know for a factor border collie can save me. So I'm all for them. And I'll forgo the keg. Thank you, go. You've been there done that that voice, right? There is Don Yeager. I'm Bill Bartram Bill Bartee easy for me to say our gas, Richard. Your check national ski patrol Union County, North Carolina. Of course, Richard your home mountain is beech mountain. You can save people up there and educate people up there throughout the winter months and beyond but is lifts and equipment and obstructions. And here's my last one people that ski out of bounds. Does that fall into the bailiwick if you will of the national ski patrol, and how big a concern is that nationally where people are going off of a resort, maybe even trespassing depending on what kind of property property. It is disrupting into snow avalanches, and such is that a real thing. A problem if you will. Well, and that's that's a real thing. So beech mountain North Carolina. We don't we don't have avalanches. But we do have people that liked to ski out of bounds. And that you know that then becomes a problem for us because those are unsafe areas. So even if you're wearing a helmet and ski at a high rate of speed into a tree it's not going to do a lot for you. So skiing out of bounds is one of those things that we we discourage and ski patrols all over the United States will clip a lift ticket for that. Because it's it's just unsafe. It's unsafe for you. It's unsafe for the ski patrollers when we've got to come rescue you. It's unsafe for you know, anybody else that you may happen to slide into when you come back into the general part of the ski area and relates to lifts and and other equipment the each mountain has its own departments that handle the the. Maintenance and running of all of that. Beech mountain is just put in two lifts this year. So we're running to new four person lists to the top of the mountain sugar mountain put in a new lift that went into effect last year where they can take six people at one time. So, you know, the ski industry in North Carolina is is doing well. And you know, the the mountain.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Wanted to bring you on because you know, as you look at the ski season to our west, and it is usually a very robust ski season. But every once in a while, you get these laws where you have higher temperatures. And we of course, have seen that right around the start of the new year here in Charlotte. So the the ski season started. Well, and then they they've they've kind of been in a lull. And now things are about to crank up again this weekend with some more snowfall in some really low temperatures, and I am actually looking at the sugar mountain website, and they're making snow this morning. So wanted to get you on because you are one of those guys who can give people maybe people who are new to the area or people who haven't considered going west to ski this time of year in a while give us kind of a lay of the land of what might be an opportunity for a mini vacation. Wow. What were you pegged it pretty much because of the audacious started the ski season they started in mid November. In fact, one of the resorts November eleventh they had the ski mountain open. So they had a wonderful first four weeks or so of the season. And then as you mentioned, the mild weather, rainy, weather, kind of slush. Yeah. Right now for our friends across the Carolinas, Tennessee and even Florida accesses the North Carolina mountains, western North Carolina ski slopes. Thanks, look. Good. It mainly is because the technology a lot of them have improved some of the. Lifts provide access to the tops of the mountains. But also from sugars opened up new trails in recent years. So with the cold weather last technology piece, if they had a snow making a lot of these resorts have purchased new snow blowers and snow makers and many of us. That's not the best thing to ski next to allow them into single digit evenings like they're about to have now and pained lows that they're about to have. Now, it allows them to build back that base that's been eroded by the warm, weather and rain, well, you have sugar mountain and beech mountain and then Appalachian, which is the oldest resort. And then you have some smaller ones like a Cadillac and wolf ridge and sapphire valley and North Carolina's got so many opportunities course, some people may want to get a little more sophisticated and in that case, you can go right up. I seventy seven I've done this. In fact in the last year. About three hours and change. And then write off Seventy-seven there's winter place in West Virginia. And West Virginia has got all kinds of opportunities. And we really are. It's a it's a kind of an embarrassment of riches in this area. If you wanna go skiing and do not travel, very far, and you don't have to, you know, get a plane ticket to go out west bend. Exactly, right. You can access those mountains that you mentioned really easily three hours. Many of them are banner elk central centered on. So if you're in one place, you can access a lot of a lot of those mountains, and of course, Appalachian is really close to Charlotte being. Located there in the blowing rock area. Yeah. I will note a few of them are closed. They're currently trying to build up their base. And that the sapphire Bali as we speak in wolf midge building up their base, they're making snow for reopening. So you can check.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I'm going to me, and my children are going to have Christmas Eve, we're going to cook always cook. This. Beef roast that I know Gordon the barefoot Contessa does and it sets the smoke alarm off. And the fire department calls every year is just a tradition. You cook it at four hundred fifty degrees for twenty minutes and smokes a lot. And we open all the, doors and windows. It's it's a tradition that we have. And then we'll go to church, then the next morning Santa Claus will come. I know they're fourteen sixteen, but you know, I keep it going. And then we'll go to my parents house in Blue Ridge where everybody gathers and we have Christmas. And then we have a great time. And then I'm going skiing at beech mountain. The the second through the six, and I can't wait I've not been skiing and for ever. So we'll see how that goes so DeMarco and their screen in the calls. What are your what are your plans this holiday well for for Christmas? We always get together as a family back in Alabama. So. The Birmingham gasden area. We're all minds our family is the family. So I always make it a point to go back there. Okay for Christmas time. And and we just do the big we kind of do like thanksgiving part too. Yeah. Tons of food and drinks and laughter and stuff that we don't do throughout the rest of year. We save all that time for thanksgiving and Christmas so Christmas is a big family band. So you're going to take a couple of guy. Yeah. I'm going to a couple of days off in a head over there. Now. Hang out. Oh, good. Okay. Thank you for all your work on the show. You do a great job. You're awesome. All right. Rachel, what are you doing? She's the. Waking up. We have a tradition at our house where we. Makes seven roles in bake them to a certain shape either Christmas. A and we died the icing green. Oh, cool. We do it every year. That's cool. So Santa Claus. Visit you. The Santa Claus. Visit you. Yeah. Yeah. I told my mother that I did not have to have a stocking this year, and she was she was not happy. And I said,.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Rang his doorbell went in and talked to him for a half an hour and then exchanges in text messages. And so he's got a back and forth question and answer drill. But pretty interesting. Great work by Scott Fowler. The whiz without a shadow of a doubt one of our final butter journalists in sports or otherwise. So you'll find it up on the Charlotte observer page in the sports section Scott Fowler. Go read it. I Mike Doyle in the WBZ news center. Sentencing date has been scheduled for the white supremacist who drove his car into a crowded counter protesters in Charlottesville last year, killing thirty two year old paralegal and activist Heather higher judge set a date of March twenty ninth after jury today recommended a sentence of life plus four hundred nineteen years for James fields junior last week. The jury convicted fields I agree murder and other charges for his attack during a unite the right rally in August of two thousand seventeen Francis interior minister says two people have been killed up to eight wounded in a shooting near Strasberg's Christmas market. So several of the wounded are in critical condition that the gunman who is still at large has been identified. And he has a criminal record wasn't immediately. Clear of terrorism was the motive behind the attack today. Federal investigators say in Ohio woman, charged with buying bomb making supplies for domestic terror attack. That was never carried out had a fascination with mass killers, including Charleston church killer, Dylann roof process. Elizabeth Macron's sent the imprisoned roof a book about Nazis and traveled to Colorado this year to visit the site of the Columbine high school massacre before her arrest this week police say Macron had discussed several potential territory, including a bar in Toledo Ohio ski resorts in North Carolina and Virginia boasting strong ski conditions after getting smothered with the white stuff over the weekend, for example, beech mountain resort in western north. Carolina says the storm brought two feet of new snow now has fourteen trails open winter green resort in Virginia says on its website a similar amount of snow fell from the storm at their resort and saying it's making some of the best slope conditions. They've seen in years. This early in the seats. Talk ten ninety nine three WBZ. Let's say scoot over to boomer. Now, get another traffic update brought to you by huntersville Ford, I seventy seven exit twenty three. Hey, thanks, Mike credit collision on I eighty five. If you're headed southbound towards kings mountain, this is occurred just before exit ten US seventy four so go with exit thirteen take that down to US seventy four to get around the backups again, this eighty five southbound just before exit ten and uptown Charlotte to have a collision fourth street at John belt McDowell's three the stonewall bridge work continues on John belt westbound between independence in third straight Charlottetown avenues, your alternate. Have a collision to the north Cindy lane states mill road Greer wrote at rocky river and to the east on Sam neua road.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I'm Bill Bartee our guest if you're just joining us is Talia Freeman. She's with ski beach, and we're at the beach mountain resort right now talking to her about the newly opened beech mountain for the twenty eighteen twenty nineteen season. And Talia we've talked a little bit about the skiing, and we've talked a little bit about the snow, and of course, snowboarding in the lessons. Go in there as well. But. What else is going on there? Tell us about other opportunities like and you can Batum away. If we don't have them open. But something like is skating is that going on yet, and we are making ice right now, we're gonna open ice skating this weekend. So we have a seven thousand square foot outdoor ice skating rink is nestled in the village, so it's right by the coffee shop and right next to the brewery. So the kids can ice skate while the parents, grab a coffee or a beer, let's talk about the coffee shop and the brewery the beach burying company is located in the village of the resort. We actually owned and operated this berry. So we have a brand new brewing system and a new head. Brewer he's doing a great job. We do live music there every Friday night, and we also have some bigger bands on Saturday night and the top grill, which is next door. So there's certainly a lot of events going on there. So, you know, it helps create a really fun atmosphere here, you know, next. To the tubing or to the ice skating area is the tubing facility as well. So we have a seven hundred and fifty foot long to being run. And we run about eight lanes of tubing. It's you know, I, obviously, I'm biased. But I do think it's one of the better ones in the area. And it's it's certainly a lot of fun as well. What about nights skiing is that such a thing it beats mountain? Yeah. And I'm glad you asked because we made a really substantial investment in this summer with night skiing. We install a hundred fifteen new LED slope bite. So it is bright to say, the least and really cool thing. We do on Wednesday nights men's.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Back to the Carolina outdoors Bill bar teasers cold mornings. Make you think about getting that bundled up and heading off to the mountains. Do a little skiing done it. Sure does. So just imagine Don you've got the wind coming into your face. You're cruising down the slopes of virtual winter wonderland packed powder. Jingle Bells playing in the background. I love it. And how many people want to head out and see a little bit of snow right now play in a little bit of snow ski or snowboard and then come back to warm, Charlotte. This just a few hours away at that. You don't have to go to the airport. You don't have to get on a plane. You don't have to travel days on end. It seems to be there. You can just go up to beach mountain resort. And that's where we're going to go right now here on the Carolina outdoors, our friend Talia Freeman. It's gonna join us and tell us a little bit about the newly opened for the twenty eighteen season beech mountain resort Talia. Welcome to the Carolina doors. Hey, thank you. Gotta be back. It's pretty pretty dang cold outside. You're right. But we've been making show now for almost seventy two hours. Oh, we've got a good solid window snow making we opened last Friday and. This is a special year for us. 'cause this summer we replaced two of our chairlifts. So we put into brand new quad lists. And a lotta upgrade. So we're we're pretty excited. We have a ribbon cutting the Saturday for love number five. Hey, so when a new lift goes in how what is the difference between a modern twenty-first-century lift? And what was there before are? They faster are they bigger or are. They just cushier heated seats on these lists, all they're definitely cushier. So lists five win. It was it was built around nineteen Eighty-four. So it was the first detachable quad list really in one of the first ones in the country. So it it definitely needed a facelift so we replaced with number five. Replace live number six number six is just a two seater list. So really didn't have a whole lot. Uphill capacity. And it was pretty slow we replaced. Both of those lists with two Doppelmayr fixed grip quads so it kind of put it in perspective with five had about fifty three chairs before which was quad left. And now has a hundred and forty four chairs let's six around seventy chairs before and now has about one hundred and fourteen chair. So it's a big improvement. All the chairs are posted seating back support. They've got foot rest. More than doubled our uphill capacity. So it's it's a pretty big deal and less number five. In addition to the changes that I mentioned we also have a loading conveyor with it. So letting essentially what some people deem as like a magic carpet. Conveyor belt that kind of moves people moves people onto the lift quicker. So helps kind of speed up the loading process. Hey, I've got visions of those old seats hanging in a tree making a wonderful swing. What'd you guys do with those? We actually sell them, and we still have several left, but a lot of people use them up here in area for just like what you said they make little porch swing out of them are using them as decoration. So you might have to learn about the details of that deal. I think that'd be kind of a neat thing to have in the backyard. Bill pretty cool. It's the outcome. Over in swing into a little bit too. So okay. Okay. Hey said the season is new and tell you. We are fortunate here at the Carolina outdoors in the outdoor gas from Jesse Brown's to get to talk to you throughout a ski season. And actually, we talked to you even even in the non ski seasons with the things going on during the summer spring, summer and fall it beech mountain. But now we are in ski and snowboard in those snow sports are upon us. But we're still early in the season. Does that mean the crowds are less than right now? And when we come up there, we can semi have the mountain to ourself. Absolutely. You know crowds are light in early December. We. Really not. So very many tickets today. So, but it's beautiful. I mean, it is natural snow that's trees or snow covered. The conditions are good right now. And it certainly not a big crowd out there. So it's a good time to visit for sure Don Yeager is our Carolina outdoor weatherman. So he was telling me about because I didn't even know I know that ashville and the mountains got some snow, but how does the natural snow mixed mixed with the stuff that the mountain is making at this time. I know it helps out a bunch. But does it fast forward the process for building up that base during a new season? It certainly does. And you know, if if conditions are right to make a good, you know, if we're getting natural powdery snow that means that we're we're able to pretty nice powdery snow. So, you know, we've we had single digit temperatures and really hardly any humidity. So we were able to really. Put down a nice product. And and get a lot of coverage. So they've been out there grooming, and we opened up the terrain park today. So you know, we're making good progress up. No, more terrain. Tell us about learning to ski for kids of all ages. Well, we've got a lot of programs for that..

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Outdoors. Bill bar got a little frosty. A couple mornings this week. Well, it's up down and all around seasonably cold gonna be seventy degrees starting off early December. Well, there you go says I it was twenty six now seventy little something for everybody. But I understand ski season's upon us. It is on some of our North Carolina mountain places. They're opening up. Of course, they got a little bit of a natural snow in western North Carolina. And that's a big treat. If you like to ski or just like to see some pretty snowflakes for a lot of people that was a surprise storm that rolled through. But anyway, we're going to talk to Talia Freeman from beech mountain resort. They're making snow. They have natural snow, and they are open for business. We're going to find out about what we have in store early season. And I think once they get a little natural snow up there solidified the base with some man made snow. It's a great time to go before the holiday season is truly in play. Because. You can get up there and not have to deal with all of the crowds that come as we get closer to Christmas and into January sounds like a great idea to me, Don, something I'm really excited about this week on the Carolina outdoors is we're going to go over to gastonia and talk to will Snyder. He is been the director of the planetarium over there for about a year or so, and we're gonna find out about our night or day sky. I'm surprised you're not up on that more. You didn't even know who are Orion was. I tell you what I know who he is. But at dinner fine. Actually, that's probably the only one I can identify and find those three stars that make up his belt every. So he is up there. So we're going to find out about that. But all that other stuff. I just can't remember them. I can see the Dipper out there. But what I really wanna see are some meteor showers. That's one of my favorites. I just got to be up early enough. On your pocket. Make a wish upon a star. Larry go that too. But anyway, we'll move in from the beach in move over to gastonia where the James h Lynn planetarium is the she'll museum of natural history in gastonia, he is energetic in entertaining, and educating and all of those things that you want in somebody that is presenting the celestial bodies stars planets galaxies. And we'll learn a little bit about how that changes with the advent of the new technology that is always coming in play. Of course, Don they just landed on Mars. Did you hear about that? They're going to replace the Hubble telescope all kinds of things going on up there in the sky. Well, anyway, will is helping follow all of that. And educating people of all ages, including us in all of our listeners here on the Carolina outdoors. So I'm totally excited about that. Another thing. It's been a hot topic for centuries really is man in women living with bears we've gone from having too many bears and then being passed a black bears where where they shouldn't be in bothering folks to almost not having any bears at all. In fact, in nineteen eighty we were down to two thousand Bayer's in North Carolina. Thank we've topped that out. Now now now. Got bears. Now, there's over twenty thousand of those things bear send him to Chicago. Well, there's plenty of them out there too. But those are wearing helmets and bumping into people. And there are a lot bigger. That's true. Yeah. They hit a eight hundred eighty pound bear harvested here in North Carolina. Coastal bear that was a coastal. Bayer but listen since seventeen seventy four I was reading for some pleasure. Reading naturalist William Bartrim's journal. About complaining about bears and big Tom Wilson who died in Asheville in nineteen eight his that guy's got a mountain named after him. He sure does his bitch away. Brag that he had killed a hundred and ten bears and all of that didn't even dent the numbers back then but starting in the nineteen twenties through development and deforestation began taking them they're told in the chestnut blight decimated the bears food supply by nineteen seventy they say, they were only fifteen hundred left in the state, and that's when they started doing sanctuary areas. That's when course in the eighties and nineties all of the development started across North Carolina. We know about that here in Charlotte. But it also took place. In coastal cities, and in a place called Asheville North Carolina, which houses about ninety thousand residents of ton of tourists are heading up there as well. The developments that took part in that are fantastic places for bears to live and those bears have gone from being cute cuddly, looking things we can video and in Canada cheer on and even people were fading in our feeding them, and that's turned into a bad thing here in twenty eight team because they aren't as cute and cuddly anymore. They're kind of getting on our nerves a little bit could be too many craft breweries up there. Maybe that's what's drawn them in the fine. Smell of beer brewing. That's what you're probably right. It draws bears. But it's also drawn a lot of people when the to mix sometimes I get on each other's nerves. Barrow drink a beer. Well, anyway, Bruce Anderson's gonna come on. He's written a lot of articles and done a lot of research on the bear situation across North Carolina. But specifically the bear city of Asheville. So we're going to talk to Bruce about about this conundrum that we are in. So stay tuned for more of that conundrum. Had you like that big word go were they outdoor gas from Jesse Brown's his name is Don Yeager mind is Bill Bartee each week. We come in and break down four segments for your listening. Pleasure..

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"beech mountain" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Nobody knows who the players are bums me out because I love watching the tournament and I like watching dukes on Kentucky's on or Carolina, Kansas and Gonzaga. I'm in February and March. I'm in and. But one of the things I've stopped doing is I no longer have any interest taking calls or debating college fans about their sleazy coaches is that one of the things I like about pro fans is that if you live in a pro town, you usually have multiple teams and so your life doesn't revolve around eighteen year olds. But for college fans, they're often from small towns that university is the centerpiece of the town, and people just have no self awareness or no sense of. How big they are and to watch Ohio State fans with urban Meyer and defend him. There's a reason they investigated him and there's a reason they suspended him. It's not because he was being truthful the entire time. There's a reason Rick Pitino got fired and art Brian's got fired, and it's not because the big bad media chased him out. Urban got suspended because urban wasn't honest with everybody, and I don't think Ohio State fans are worse. I'm seeing a lot of people in the media, Ohio State fans of the worst. No, not their college fans. Ohio State fans aren't worse than Baylor. They're not worse than Louisville. They're not worse than Penn State. They're the same. They're all the same because when you grow up in smaller towns. That one or two things mean more and when you grow up in bigger cities you have in LA. I got to NBA two and f. l. two major league baseball thirty-one music venues, beech mountain shopping to everything as I got. I got the Getty museum, ten minutes from my house. I got Malibu thirty minutes from my house. You got mountains. But when you grow up in a smaller community, the college is everything and I don't think high. AllState fans are worse than Baylor fans or Penn State fans or the same Ohio State rules the town, and people just sell their soul to defend obviously unethical behavior and lost and all the Ohio State stuff. I don't know anything about Courtney Smith Zack's myth. It was obviously a really bad relationship. Both of them sound like they've got major issues. I tend to always defend the woman in that situation because physically men have a history of violence against women. They are in. Relationships with. So I'm always going to defend the woman. But you know, you heard multiple stories about fifty times. She called nine one one and several times he wasn't in town, so I don't know what the hell happened. I'm not an investigative reporter, but I wouldn't say Ohio State fans are worse than anybody. They are college fans, and I, as I've been doing this for so many years, I'm just over debating with college fans. I'm just I'm not going to do it. I'm not going to do it on Twitter. I'm not gonna do it on Facebook. I'm not going to do. I'm not going to take calls. Louisville had a brothel fifteen feet from Rick Martinez office. He didn't know. Yes, some rogue assistant just ran a brothel, the bunny ranch down the row from his office and nobody gave them a heads up for ten years. You want me as college fans to believe the unbelievable that urban Meyer's wife had a text and they noticed ever talked about this thing now not interested, you lost me, but you didn't lose meal Hieaux state. It was a combination of Rick Pitino in Louisville and Ohio State, and Joe pause people. And I mean in Penn State wants me to believe in a tiny small town where the coaches vacation together where there's two good restaurants and they had the same coaching staffer, twenty years that one of the coaches saw incident with Jerry Sandusky and nobody talked about it. Really. Nobody went to Joe pond said, yeah, we got a creepy guy. We gotta get him out of the pro, never in twenty years. You know, how rumors spread I work in the media. You can't keep a secret down the hall for five minutes. Twenty years in a small town, they kept secrets. Nope. College fans want me to believe the unbelievable and I have no interest debating it..

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WRVA

"And your bebopping up and down i ninety five or i sixty four and i was doing that this weekend it was a crazy day after we did the live show from kings dominion which a lot of fun i enjoyed that on friday we still got the video on the website live from the top of the eiffel tower yes we did indeed make it to the top of the news radio facebook fantastic yeah and and online too so two or three chances to see that really beautiful view from the top of the eiffel tower kings dominion if you haven't been up there in a while it was interesting to me that it it hasn't been overdeveloped some places you remember from your childhood that they were pristine and beautiful and now there's junk everywhere and this is still that beautiful view of all the trees and everything worth worth taking a look at i think but then i hopped in the car guess friday night to go to north carolina to see that land of oz amusement park that i was talking about a little earlier alonzo drove all night long so we could make it to the land of oz to which i thought was going to be an abandoned museum amusement park but it turns out they've repainted the yellow brick road and it's really a beautiful setup at the top of beech mountain in north carolina this old amusement park that everybody used to go to apparently i'd never even heard of it which is themed like the movie the wizard of oz and they have this girl who looks just like judy garland who sings along and skips down the yellow brick road and you follow her and you encounter all the characters along as really pretty remarkable thing trae of course you know his legal mind immediately goes to december gm know about this do you think that they're collecting i'm like i don't know trae don't ruin it don't call the movie company and let them know but it really was quite remarkable it's only open like five days in the summer and five days in the fall and you have to go to the website and fight to get a ticket and so that was one reason i was kind of excited about it and it turned out to be more than i expected maybe i'll throw some pictures up on the john reid show wr via facebook page so that you can see what it looks like it's it's pretty amazing alonzo and i really enjoyed it and then we went to the biltmore estate to see the glass some of which i think is the same stuff that was here at the virginia museum a couple of years ago when they had the chew hooghly glass exhibit but that was pretty spectacular i mean that's such a beautiful that's the dream house before i started working w r v a really before i realized that probably wasn't going to be you know like lebron james with one hundred fifty four million dollar basketball contract or any contract that would bring me that kind of money i.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In manhattan and there's a gas station on the west side i believe it's eleven th avenue and fifty first street they are charging five dollars a gallon for regular unleaded five dollars a gallon five dollars a gallon wow yeah so what are the tips to avoid traffic tie ups this weekend honestly don't don't leave your house you know if you're not leaving by two o'clock this afternoon i would honestly wait until like eight thirty nine o'clock at night and you know you'll probably get there at a decent hour still and you'll have the morning tomorrow morning to hang out or get up at five am tomorrow morning and leave and you'll have a nice nice goers little beech mountain what what's the deal on the garden state parkway of course heading down the shore you're gonna stay throughway for folks heading up state to the catskills adirondacks and you know new new jersey turnpike of course as always very crowded and the long island big three as they like to say heading out east going to happen yeah oh my gosh it'll be a parking lot on the on the way to the hamlets really so i would say you know leave now or leave at eight pm or leave tomorrow morning otherwise you're going to be sitting in it what about coming back when would you leave to get get down china's go anywhere leave the car the garage don't go anywhere now i would leave very early monday morning yeah i was seeing the traffic yesterday with it being so heavy a really thought maybe today we'd get a break now no break no no break it all other had been a soul washington is blocking off all the lanes now it's cleared away we're expecting failing heading into town right now network delays x hd two new york hotspot wale there's no shoulder bronx is the problem or the process that's one of the worst roads and all i think it's the worst a close second but i think the cross definitely be worst get a little nervous when i go across the george washington bridge i missed the term tangled up on roads that go every which way i'm gonna wind up somewhere i don't want to be absolutely you know getting down the west side you're not sure which one to do and that's where all the.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"There are two reasons i think i'm wondering circle back to what i was talking about michigan you're in accomplishing the sec will you have to change that the pds for a national title you had all burn which played he sec championship two got programs around you having more success than you are in a in you know on a larger scale so when you're going headtohead with them it's a little bit more difficult to to beat them when there when the vision that they're selling is showing results in a vision that you're celic's is not the other part of that is lsu has always been very difficult to beat within their own state um they've always kind of alabama's been able to give them some trouble here every now and again but els usually owned the state of louisiana and in my opinion two thousand eighteen cycle the state of louisiana was down it was not as strong as has been in past years there is good players but that hasn't been the same type of impact players were they're not say that we've seen recently but i think it was a bit of a down here in one you rely heavily on your on your home state and dishonorably strong year i think you're going to have a down to your excluding as well craig harbor national recruiting analyst joining us uh right here on the shell pennzoil performance land cobs real quick one offensive player in one defensive player that you think will make huge impacts next college football season well the one i'm gonna go with and i don't know if he's going to be on the field but he certainly gonna make a big impact in that is justin field and i think he probably talent standpoint i think he's special i don't think there's you know very many quarterbacks in college football right now that are as talented as he uh he is in terms of armed talent and has asked lettuces and i think that he's a complete difference maker but he's going into a situation would georgia where they have jay crime uh who just to georgia to the national championship game so weather adjusting fields beech mountain becomes the quarterback we'll be talking about him but even if he doesn't we're going to.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Go to www does scotia dot com slash drink to start your free months today and access over seventeen thousand classes you get unlimited access for a monthly trial again that's www dot skill share dot com slash drink to start your free month today tell me tell me a story because now i feel like listen i'm drinking might author and be worse than what i just went through no and i tricky my third martini and i ate all olives out of it so i feel like a mary and metal lowpoint you're at a local finger at a fucking highpoint i'm at a low point all right this is a restaurant in florida get ready way is it send your frogs no but i love a good send your throat all right if so near frogs was haunted it probably as someone has gotten a little too drunk there and on some sort of spiritual damage i think oh my god it's probably one of those people who do body shots yeah and they probably died and now they hunt it's when they poor that bottle from like a yard away always gets into your mouth and yes yes the body shop you'll probably are like ghost where they fooling around with like shots on their bellybuttons okay gone so it's called ashley's of wrocklage oh that's way fancier the name of the restaurant it is in the area north of melbourne in south of cocoa beech mountain so we all know where that it i still don't know it does anyone nor that is not me when i think melbourne i think australia me to melvin okay and when i think of cocoa beach i think of cocoa puffs mi2 okay well that's where that was originally owed it was said to be the site of an older railroad depot in that railroad deep.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To avoiding a mountain of debt is with us on the car coward show hi hirose all right yeah great thank you rose you are looking to be a landlord wait herro we wanna now under property management company only kid well it it let out four and bye theory hair han so this is an interesting market when you look at renting out a home using a professional property manager it's a huge business with a lot of players when you look at any kind of resort setting beech mountain anything like that when you when you're in a in a traditional urban area there are far fewer players involved in doing property rental and property management so it's not quite looking for a needle in a haystack but it's not a core business outside of vacation kind of areas all home so the way i recommend you find someone is going to be sound a little strange okay i won't is you know from where you live which real estate agencies you see their signs allied and the neighborhood and there's and most neighborhoods there'll be a small group of agencies and agents they represent most of the sales in an area you you call those agencies themselves and ask if they have a property management division or they of someone that will do our property reynolds a lot of agencies do it as a side light because what they're trying to do from it is be introduced to you and when the time comes that you want to sell your property they've got a much better chance of being the agency the ends up with a listing on your property when you do go to sell but it's not a core business except in vacation kinda areas all right i gotta give me 'cremate hind track yes in it varies by area the country who how those tend to play a lot of places you pay something like half of the first months rent goes to the property manager and then something like uh seven or eight percent each month after that is a very common way it's done because there's a lot more labour involved in a lot more expense when a unit has returned over a home has returned over to a.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WTMA

"Great financial package is core and key to avoiding a mountain of debt rose is with us on the clark howard show hirose area all you great thank you rose you are looking to be a landlord well away hero karen kay dare we wanna know um we want to hear a property monitoring company but we'd like helping knowing only wicket let out for and things like that theory henry harrison so this is an interesting market when you look at renting out a home using a professional property manager it's a huge business with a lot of players when you look at any kind of resort setting beech mountain anything like that when you win when you're in a in a traditional urban area there are far fewer players involved in doing property rental and property management so it's not quite looking for a needle in a haystack but it's not a core business outside of vacation kind of areas all home so the way i recommend you find someone is going to be sound a little strange okay is you know from where you live which real estate agencies you see their signs allied in the neighborhood and there's and most neighborhoods there'll be a small group of agencies and agents they represent most of the sales in an area you call those agencies themselves and ask if they have a property management division or they of someone that will do property reynolds a lot of agencies do it as a side light because what they're trying to do from it is be introduced to you and when the time comes that you want to sell your property they've got a much better chance of being the agency did ends up with a listing on your property when you do go to sell but it's not a core business except in vacation kinda areas oh i guess it would give a longterm agreement hind crack yes it varies by area the country who how those tend to play a lot of places you pay something like half of the first months run goes to the property manager and then summing like uh seven or eight percent each month after that is a very common way it's done because there's a lot more labour involved in a lot more expense when a unit has returned over a home has returned over to a.

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"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"beech mountain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Freeman on director of marketing from beech mountain tell us about the purge rt downhill race jim fifteenth through the nineteenth but tell ya before you leave tell us the other things you have going on at beech mountain the do not involve skiing or snowboarding because there's a lot of other things to do up there during the summer yet it gave you know in a beautiful area i think today that temperatures in the '60s at sunny um on top of just a beautiful train that we have on beech mountain we got a lot of hiking trails a lotta scenic overlook places to go on the mountain on the resort itself is open thursday through sunday as we offer downhill mountain biking and we have terrain terry of the novice rider all the way up to immediate rider well for lesson in camps we have an eighteen hold discussion of course c can take its airlift to the top of the mountain and play the course down it's pretty uh pretty neat course tar area and we have our own brewery here we brew our own beer um he have a facility in the village of the resort so it's a fun place to check out and we serve our beer at the sky vare which is called fifty five of six at the summit in and out and so that's probably our most popular minniti on saturdays we have a yoga class called milehigh yoga a plumber deck and then saturday afternoon we have live music good night there's a lot going on beech mountain beech mountain resort that's b e e c h beech mountain resort dot com tell your frame it thank you so much we look forward to out there net bicycle next week in any way all she does special thanks the her also thanks to chefs kevin kurtz from backstage shop celebrating the memphis in may awards as well as captain dave shards carbon station down in florida cheered griffin taste of charlotte we'll see you all out there four tj bogs i'm bill barchi where the outdoor guy i did outside up trash we'll see you next out right here i just.

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