A Four-Season Guide

A Four-Season Guide

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From corn mazes to polar plunges, our guide will keep you going all year long. Published exclusively by Our State, this illustrated guide will take you through our favorite recommendations for things to do in each season in North Carolina.

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5 Stars
Gift For Newcomers to NC
I purchased this for friends who recently moved to NC from MN. They were very happy with the gift and plan to use it to expire their new home state. I have lived here since 1965 and I looked through it before I wrapped it. I think it includes some if the best things about NC.
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Reviewed by:  from Greenville, NC on 1/6/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Compact booklet
This is a very nice guide booklet that gives ideas of things to see and do in North Carolina during the spring, fall, winter and summer. Gave this as a Christmas gift to our friends. My husband and I need one now!!!
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Reviewed by:  from Johnston County on 12/24/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Bought one gave one!
As a newcomer to NC, this book gave me all the information I wanted for events and places to see. It was so good that I ordered two, one to keep and one to give!
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Reviewed by:  from Boone NC on 12/7/2017
5/5
5 Stars
The great state of North Carolina
If you had any doubts about what to do in North Carolina, this book should put them to rest. North Carolina is chock full of outdoor and indoor activity. From the mountains to the ocean and everything in between ...North Carolina can satisfy and wanderlust you may have. This little book is worth its weight in gold !
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Reviewed by:  from Maxton, NC on 12/30/2017
5/5
5 Stars
4-season guide
Good selection of stories. So much to see, so few weekends.
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Reviewed by:  from sanford, nc on 12/30/2017
5/5

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