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February 2, 2011
Discover America Through Postcards

8th Annual -- Third week's Finalist

Mabry Mill, Blue Ridge Parkway, VA

     Edwin Boston Mabry built this mill in 1903 to avoid being a farmer, a job he detested. First, it was a blacksmith shop, then a sawmill, finally a successful gristmill. Now it's one of many historic buildings on the scenic 500-mile Blue Ridge Parkway that crests the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains.

Learn about:  the Blue Ridge Parkway and Mabry Mill

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Did you know...

     The Blue Ridge Parkway wasn't the original name of this scenic byway. Do you know what it was first called? Find out here and learn more about the Parkway itself and Mabry Mill, too.

     -- Priscilla & Ken
     the "Postcard People"

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