Quiz: Where’s Your Perfect N.C. Mountain Destination?

Take this quiz to find out which destination is your perfect getaway. Inspired by the North Carolina mountains and presented by Great Outdoor Provision Co.
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My Town Burgaw

My Town: Burgaw

Anna Humphrey Katsoulis paints a picture of Burgaw, a town rich in history and community.
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Biltmore Insider’s Tour

A behind-the-scenes visit to North Carolina’s grandest home reveals more than the inner workings of a mansion. Four tours illuminate the inner beauty of a bachelor turned family man.
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The Women of Reynolda

Reynolda House was the realization of Katherine Smith Reynolds’s vision. But as the care of the home passed into her daughter’s and then granddaughter’s hands, each woman added her indelible mark to the iconic estate.
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Sacred Space

The North Carolina Museum of Art’s Judaic Art Gallery is the most visible expression of Jewish cultural heritage in the South, largely because of one man and the commitment he inspired in others.
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Moments that Matter

When a bride walks down the aisle, flowers say, “Congratulations.” When a widower loses his love, flowers say, “I’m sorry.” Since 1872, Wilmington residents have relied on Rehder Florist to accent life’s most important occasions.
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Hot Springs

In the mountains, a town gives off a peaceful feeling that’s as healing as its waters.
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My Town: Spruce Pine

My Town: Spruce Pine

Bill Wilson recalls a memory about Spruce Pine in the 1970s that captures the essence of small town North Carolina.
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Tarboro Tradition

Coolmore Plantation is both a mansion and a museum. But to Joe Spiers, who lives here with his wife, Janet, it is both a connection to his family’s history and a structure that symbolizes his own endurance and strength.
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One Foot in the Past

Defying the retail odds, Whitley Furniture Galleries still resides in the redbrick building where it started more than 100 years ago. And it’s still reason enough to visit Zebulon and enjoy the charms of our state’s small towns.
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Southern Pines

A paradise in the pines that once reeled in Northerners seeking fresh air and natural cures now stands as a home for horsemen and golfers and other finer things. For the people who live here, like the author, Southern Pines will always be the place that heals the soul.
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