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The Blue Ridge Parkway was a project designed to link the Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains national parks, and to provide jobs for the unemployed. While many people supported the parkway, there were various arguments over the parkway’s expenses and routes. This article discusses the history of the Blue Ridge Parkway and how it was constructed.
Rob Kimmons makes “finger-licking good” molasses at his Rockingham County farm near Mayodan. According to Kimmons, a full grown half-acre field of sugar cane will produce enough syrup to make about one-hundred gallons of molasses. This article describes Kimmons’ molasses business and the process of making molasses.