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for The State Vol. 61 Issue 6, Nov 1993
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Avery County, named for Revolutionary War soldier and North Carolina's first attorney general Colonel Waightstill Avery, is an area of superlatives where all of its residents live above 3,000 feet.
Two years after being brought back to life, the Balsam Mountain Inn near Waynesville is proving to be one of the state's top weekend getaways.
The Biltmore Estate Winery in Asheville is the largest wine producer in North Carolina and the most visited winery in the United States.
The Museum of the Alphabet in Waxhaw provides an interesting look into the world of written language.
Quaint shops, Blue Ridge Mountains beauty, and a unique railroad make this Polk County town one of a kind.