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for The State Vol. 55 Issue 11, Apr 1988
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The state's western waterfalls are some of its most spectacular scenery. Whitewater Falls, at 413 feet, located along the Jackson/Transylvania county line, is the highest one east of the Mississippi River, and Dry Falls has one of the most unusual names.
The hospitality of bed-and-breakfast inns in the state is found in private homes and also in historic dwellings, including the Langdon House in Beaufort and the Oakwood Inn in Raleigh.