Why is it called blue mountain

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why is it called blue mountain

The Sisters of Blue Mountain by Karen Katchur

A sisters’ secret.
A mysterious phenomenon.
A murder that ties it all together.

An emotional, suspenseful novel about the bond between sisters and the secrets we hold to keep our family safe, The Sisters of Blue Mountain is a thrilling mystery that hurtles towards an unexpected ending that will leave readers speechless.

The small town of Mountain Springs, Pennsylvania thrives on the snow geese migration. Each year, the birds flock to the dam, and the tourists follow, filling up Linnet’s Bed and Breakfast.

But one morning Linnet wakes up to discover hundreds of dead geese by the B&B and her life is thrown into the media frenzy when her father―a former ornithology professor―is asked to study the case. As the tourists cancel their plans and Linnet’s father’s health grows increasingly worse, the last thing she expects is to see her estranged sister, Myna, on her doorstep.

Myna has never stayed in one place for long after running from Mountain Springs. Although she and Linnet were close growing up, a family secret broke their bond, and Myna’s return has brought back memories both sisters have tried to keep buried.

When a reporter arrives in town who may have a connection to the sisters’ past, Linnet and Myna are forced to confront the event that tore them apart. But when a young professor who was assisting their father on the case turns up dead―and their father becomes the primary suspect―Linnet and Myna realize that their secret won’t stay hidden for long…
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Archaeological studies indicate that the Blue Mountains were formed around one million years ago as part of the Kosciusko Uplift during the Pliocene Epoch. Pressure from the east raised the area upwards in a monoclinal fold, reaching an elevation of around three thousand feet to the top of the Blue Mountains where Mount Victoria is today. The Blue Mountains is densely populated by oil bearing Eucalyptus trees. The atmosphere is filled with finely dispersed droplets of oil, which, in combination with dust particles and water vapour, scatter short-wave length rays of light which are predominantly blue in colour. Australian Aboriginals were the first to inhabit the Blue Mountains, however, we are unable to determine how far back in history this occurred. Evidence of the Daruk tribe who inhabited the area in ages past can be seen through Aboriginal art carved into rock. Remarkably preserved today is the ancient rock carving known as "the flight of the Great Grey Kangaroo" which is located at the foot of Hawkesbury Lookout, Hawkesbury Heights near Winmalee.

It is named for the Blue Mountain , and hence the economy of the town is centred on tourism, particularly on the Blue Mountain ski resort and the private Georgian Peaks, Osler, Craigleith and Alpine Ski Clubs. The town was formed on January 1, , when the Town of Thornbury was amalgamated with the Township of Collingwood.
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The Blue Mountains is Sydney's greatest recreation area for people who prefer the bush to the sea. They are part of the Great Dividing Range, which stretches from Gippsland region of Victoria in the south to the tropical rainforests of north Queensland. The range rivals the Rockies in length, but nowhere near in height. Australia's highest mountain is Mount Kosciusko about kilometres south of Sydney. At metres it is a mere baby by North American and European standards. Yet the Blue Mountains, peaking at about metres, proved a heartbreaking challenge until they were conquered by a trio of explorers - Gregory Blaxland, William Lawson and Charles Wentworth in

Home Discover Blue Blue Mountain discover how to plan the best vacation ever! New To Blue? Regardless of your getaway itinerary, Blue Mountain provides plenty of ways to make the most of your days, from adrenaline pumping mountain attractions to family pleasing events and entertainment. Tackle gravity fed fun on the slopes or sink into a relaxing spa experience. How do I get to Blue Mountain? For those with the technology, we are providing our GPS coordinates for you to help make navigating your way to the resort a little easier. Entrance 1 at Blue Mountain is located at: Lat:

3 COMMENTS

  1. Nubar L. says:

    It doesn't look blue. It doesn't make you feel blue; on the contrary, as a ski resort area, there are lots of 'uplifting' activities. So why is Blue Mountain called Blue.

  2. Franck B. says:

    interactive timeline

  3. Florette P. says:

    Blue Mountain is an alpine ski resort in Ontario , Canada, just northwest of Collingwood.

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