Tuesday Feb 25
13 Strange and Creepy Places You Won't Believe Actually Exist
The now-abandoned Land of Oz was a theme park located in the resort town of Beech Mountain, North Carolina, USA.
They can't walk, but they can ski thanks to local program
Most of them can't walk normally. And yet, they can ski - they can go flying down a mountain in fact! All because of a special program based here in Charlotte.
What a World: North Carolina's Oz
Who says the good old days are gone? The Land of Oz shuttered over two decades ago, but for two days every year, the old crew comes back to spread some 'Wizard of Oz' magic.
Rob Payne: Change point of view and everything else can change
Carey and I went skiing last week at Beech Mountain in North Carolina. Snow had been falling in the mountains for a couple of days, making skiing beautiful, easier and more fun -- there were almost no icy patches common to skiing in the South.
The Mountain Times
North Carolina's most famous groundhog hails from Beech
He's the Clark Kent of groundhogs - a mild-mannered mammal who leaves a humble mountain life each February to become a rock star in Raleigh.