Last Update: 30 October 2011
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Where the heck are we anyway?? No one has ever heard of Mustoe! We’re in Highland County, shown on the map at left, in the Appalachian Mountains of western Virginia. Highland is the least populous county in the eastern US and has the second-highest mean elevation. [The highest is Pocahontas County, WV, bordering us to the west.] Why are we here? Hmmmm . . . I thought I just explained that! Highland and Pocahontas counties are the mothers of rivers. We are very close to the headwaters of Jackson River, which flows to the James River and Chesapeake Bay. Just to the north of us are the headwaters of the South Branch of Potomac River. Greenbrier River rises in Pocahontas County and flows west to New River, Kanawha River and the Ohio. Cheat River rises just to the northwest and flows north to Monongahela River and the Ohio at Pittsburgh. And the famous Gauley River rises in western Pocahontas, joining the New to form the Kanawha. For a canoeist and long-time river rat, it’s downstream in all directions.
So, if you’re having trouble getting hold of us, particularly in the afternoon, check out our weather; perhaps we’re outside somewhere. Click the image at left for weather details. You can find us on Google Maps and uou can also see a closeup view of our local topo map. On this view we are right in the middle of the map. To see a wider area, select the 1:250k series and 1:1,000,000 scale, click “Update Map” and you will see most of Highland County, with us still right in the middle. You can also find us on a road map. Locate Monterey at the junction of US 220 and 250, then go south on 220 for 7 miles to Mustoe. We’re another 1¼ miles south on 220, just past a hard right turn.
We are now doing business as
6211 Ridge Drive, Bethesda, MD 20816-2641
Now under the management of David and Jennifer Hearn
Pretty much everything remains the same except that
our hours have changed slightly, now
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern US time, Monday through Friday
Our new web site is SweetComposites.com
which still looks a lot like it always has,
including the Links page.
If you are still looking for John you may contact me if you have questions or comments!