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Skip and Sandy Abrams own Magnolia House Honey in Jackson, North Carolina. They started the business in the fall of 2014 and have had huge success. Their honey ranges in color and includes varieties from New York, Florida, and North Carolina. They discuss the struggles of beekeeping and where different forms of honey come from.
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24851
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For those who love to kayak or canoe, this year’s annual Enfield Fishing Creek Paddle is the place to be. This is the sixth year the paddle has been hosted and, new this year, will include a section of river previously not included. Registration is required and includes lunch, a free gift, and live entertainment.
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24849
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Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge maintains multiple trails for both driving and hiking throughout the refuge. Various areas of the refuge provide varying opportunities for viewing wildlife.
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24848
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This instructional guide explores why older adults should regularly ride a bike. The instructions also include where to buy a bike, what to buy with it, and advice for riding a bike around town. Safety tips for bike riding are also included.
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The Aurora Fossil Museum in Beaufort County is one of the last non-admission museums in the state and last year, had at least one visitor from every state. The recent addition the PotashCorp Mine Room is hoped to attract even more visitors to the museum and the local Fossil Festival held annually in May. This year the museum will be raffling off a megalodon shark tooth to support the festival.
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Charles and Karen Vaughan took a home owned by Charles’ great-great grandfather and restored it to its former glory. There were a few renovations not specific to the original house such as the added kitchen space, converting the barn into a guesthouse, and the chicken coop into an outdoor living space. The furnishings are from a variety of periods, and the house was entered on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
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24859
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The Sylvan Height Avian Breeding Center breeds and raises the ducklings of many species. Their activities include rescue of foundlings as well as steps to ensure the survival of a more endangered species. The center located in Scotland Neck is open to visitation and attracts many interested visitors each year.
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24854
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Teddy Phelps, a long-time Creswell resident, has been building miniature wooden structures since the death of his father four years ago. They range from tobacco barns to the well-known Collins House. He has won several prizes for his works in both the Chowan County and the North Carolina State Fair.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. Issue , February-March 2016, p46-48, 50-52, il, por
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24857
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Doward Jones Jr. finds inspirations for his photography from a variety of sources from books to the office window at his family’s business. Among his latest images are a series depicting the changing of the seasons in the tree lined wetlands along the Roanoke River in downtown Plymouth.
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24853
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Martin County boasts of the activities available at Moratoc Park. It is a haven for nature lovers, and outdoor activities include everything from hiking to birding. The Moratoc building is a popular spot for weddings and other events including the Blue Grass Music Festival.
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The Pamlico Writer’s Conference will be held on March 18 and 19 this year. It will feature a series of small sessions by various speakers as well as a keynote speaker and two panel presentations. This year’s keynote speaker is Sharyn McCrumb, an Appalachian writer. The aim of this conference is to help people improve their writing, especially in a world where many self-publish their books.
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The Livermon Park and Mini-zoo in Windsor, North Carolina has made some new additions to their park. The park itself has new upgrades and the mini-zoo boasts a new zebra. The park is considered by many to be an excellent spot for summer picnics, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and much more.
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24860
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In addition to a list of the state parks in North Carolina, this article focuses on three parks within Eastern Living Magazine the ten county coverage of the magazine: Goose Creek State Park, Medoc Mountain State Park, and Pettigrew State Park.
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24861
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Jockey’s Ridge has an intriguing history from its namesake, a shifting sand dune, to vanished buildings buried under the sand. Today, the ridge is a huge draw on the Outer Banks and is part of the Jockey’s Ridge State Park. The park offers numerous outdoor activities for everyone, including the handicapped.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. Issue , February-March 2016, p100-104, 106, il, por
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As part of its spring arts festival, Tarboro will be hosting an April performance and ten-day workshop by the New York Theatre Ballet. Events will also include a memorial exhibition in honor of Edgecombe native Hobson Pittman. Pitman was renowned for paintings evoking the South. The festival will conclude with a Gala will be held on April 30.