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GUEST,tarheel Where are you? (191* d) RE: Where are you?! 29 Sep 04

i am from Rural Hall ,North Carolina,just a few miles north of Winston-Salem,N.C..and,of course ,if you are from N.C.,you are a Tarheel!anyway,it's a great place to live here in the n.w.portion of piedmont north carolina.
we are just about 5 miles from Pilot mtn.,n.c.,and you can drive right to the top of it(over 2000 high)in just a few minutes from our home!
pilot mtn.,is a mountain and it's a town too!the town is located right across the highway 52, from the mountain!(it was called mount pilot,in the ole andy griffith shows).
also i can be on top of the blue ridge parkway in about an hour from my home,so it's really God's Country,for sure!
old salem,bathabara,and bethania are old moravian towns that were found and settled here by moravians from europe,in the mid 1770's...
old salem is a restored moravian settlement and a top tourist attraction here all year long!you can find them all on the internet!
but,mt.airy is where i spend a lot of my time,pickin' and grinnin' with lots of old-time musicians from the surrounding area!blue grass music is big here too and Galax,Virginia is only a little over an hour away too and it's where you wanna be the annual fiddler's convention rolls around each 2nd week in august!
so,that's just a few goodies here to peak your interest,but if you wanta really get into it and visit sometime,our door is always open and folks dropping by all the time...if you gonna be in the region anytime soon,drop me and email( let's get together and pick a few tunes! peg is a great cook too, and you'll be glad you dropped by once you taste her home cooked meals!

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