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March 16, 2011

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Pete

I've been to rural North Carolina many, many times. It is only a few hours drive from the DC area. There is nothing more friendly than complete strangers waving to you as they travel in the opposite direction on a two lane road, or stop working to wave as you drive by their field.

Ellen

What a nice thought for someone like me who lives in the big city. Haven't gotten waved at by a stranger in a very long time...

M Myers

I could have used this on a recent trip to North Carolina. I think it's important to eat local no matter where I am. I was able to find an 80 year old man selling produce at his farm's roadside stand. I was traveling so I picked up a few pieces of fruit to have with me on my journeys.

kiralık devremülkler

thank you. i love to read this type of information posts. again thank you...

E

MM - it's never too late to return to NC with a copy of the book in hand!

M Myers

This book is a totally cool concept. I love buying local, and fresh off the farm is just about as local as you can get. I am also a big fan of fresh food, so this is a perfect fit for me. I'll have to pick up a copy of this book the next time I'm headed to North Carolina.

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