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10 results for North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine Vol. 5 Issue 4, Summer 2014
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Ventosa Kennel and K9Training Facility in Scotland Neck is home to some of the country's most sought-after K9 'officers.'
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23301
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Martin County is home to East Carolina Skydiving, run out of Martin County Airport.
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23303
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AF Wake in Lake Gaston is a camp that teaches people of all ages how to wake board, wake surf, and wake skate
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23305
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Abel Harmon studies alligators in eastern North Carolina's swamps and wetlands.
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23304
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A Merry Hill teen is a world champion of competitive horse-riding in the English style.
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23310
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The fourth annual Enfield Fishing Creek Paddle took place in May as locals and tourists participated in kayaking down the river.
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23309
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Sylvan Heights Bird Park houses exotic birds in Scotland Neck and has 3,000 birds in its Avian Breeding Center.
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23307
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The 'Eat Fresh, Eat Local' movement is spreading to areas in eastern North Carolina, including Martin County.
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23306
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Carroll Vann discusses what it is like to fly and do tricks in a crop-duster.
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23308
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Raleigh is home to the North Carolina Museum of History, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2014
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