Never Blue road is in the village of Flat Rock, North Carolina where confederate soldiers in grey uniforms once hid gold and jewelry they borrowed from Union troops who quite fancied themselves in blue. The greys also had a gunpowder recipe they wrote on a wall in a secret room, and you can see it if you want to. It seems the greys withstood the siege and Flat Rock never became a sea of blue. They may have painted the pole pink later to celebrate the old army camp.