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for The State Vol. 60 Issue 4, Sept 1992
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A Confederate unit's six-month stay at Woodfield Inn in the southwestern Blue Ridge Mountains is still remembered and celebrated each September in Flat Rock.
During the 1920s, baseball legend Babe Ruth often spent the off-season at Camp Bryan, a favorite hunting spot in Eastern North Carolina.
Staff members and correspondents of THE STATE magazine recommend ten unusual mountain travel opportunities in North Carolina.
Margaret Maron, one of the world's most respected mystery writers, grew up on a farm in Wake County dreaming of a career as a poet.