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LAND OF THE PINES. The Official NC Appreciation Thread

 
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How about a hello from all of our friends in the Tarheel State!


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The outer banks is a lovely place
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The outer banks is a lovely place
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yes it is. i grew up on the coast.
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Pilot Mountain

have never been there, but the idea of it is pulling me.

beautiful place.
if mighty oaks are the king of the forest, beeches are surely its queen.
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N.C. Mountains....would not want to be anywhere else!

....especially when TSHTF.

hf
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Living in Wake Forest in the house my great grandfather built. My kids are the 5th generation to live here. There must be something nice about NC because all the yankees from NY, NJ, and FL want to move here.

We have a joke about the town of Cary, that it's an acronym that means Containment Area for Relocated Yankees.

Summers can be brutal though.
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I agree with you that NC has a lot to offer.
Many small towns still have a provincial attitude,
meaning narrow minds & closed viewpoints.

Charlotte is slowly turning into your typical mid-size
southern city, kinda like Atlanta of 30 years ago.
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I agree with you that NC has a lot to offer.
Many small towns still have a provincial attitude,
meaning narrow minds & closed viewpoints.

Charlotte is slowly turning into your typical mid-size
southern city, kinda like Atlanta of 30 years ago.
 Quoting: ncrickglp


Lots of democrats if you know what I mean.
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Many small towns still have a provincial attitude,
meaning narrow minds & closed viewpoints.
 Quoting: ncrickglp


The coin works on the other side as well. Please don't come here and talk about "how much better _______ was in Ohio."

I don't care if you can't find a good pierogi in Greensboro or High Point!!!

The yankees move here, an introduce the same type of northern lifestyle to the new area that they tried to escape from. The proliferation of HOAs and neighborhoods with covenants are testament to that fact.

My best friend is from NJ, so please don't say I'm anti-yankee. But rather than try to change our culture to his, he embraced ours. He knows what grits are, and the differences in our eastern and western pork BBQ. He knows that the plural form of "Ya'll" is "All ya'll".

Edit: Any while I'm thinking about it, folks from Ohio are the WORST to do this. I've met more people from Ohio who bitterly complain that NC is NOT Ohio, than I have from any other state, including NY and NJ. GTFO and don't let the door hit ya where the good Lord split ya!

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One great place to experience NC is at Morrow Mt.
State park, near Albemarle.

Boat rentals, swimming, fishin, hiking, great vistas.
I have seen bald eagles close to the park.

Check it out.
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Many small towns still have a provincial attitude,
meaning narrow minds & closed viewpoints.
 Quoting: ncrickglp


The coin works on the other side as well. Please don't come here and talk about "how much better _______ was in Ohio."

I don't care if you can't find a good pierogi in Greensboro or High Point!!!

The yankees move here, an introduce the same type of northern lifestyle to the new area that they tried to escape from. The proliferation of HOAs and neighborhoods with covenants are testament to that fact.

My best friend is from NJ, so please don't say I'm anti-yankee. But rather than try to change our culture to his, he embraced ours. He knows what grits are, and the differences in our eastern and western pork BBQ. He knows that the plural form of "Ya'll" is "All ya'll".

Edit: Any while I'm thinking about it, folks from Ohio are the WORST to do this. I've met more people from Ohio who bitterly complain that NC is NOT Ohio, than I have from any other state, including NY and NJ. GTFO and don't let the door hit ya where the good Lord split ya!
 Quoting: TheBiss


I totally agree about Ohioans.............Raleigh here, born and bred we go back to the settlement of Bath and Little Washington.........I also have a place in Southport down by the river..............
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I love NC...the Lightning Whelks in my avatar were collected at Cape Lookout after hurricane Sandy.

Lovely people, beautiful beaches, and great shelling.

And the fried shrimp..and flounder...yum.

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How about a hello from all of our friends in the Tarheel State!



 Quoting: Oyster


Hello!
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Foothills here. I moved to NC in 2000. Hubby is a native.
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Been in Western NC for almost 18 years so far, loved every minute of it.
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I live in the foothills and I think it's a fine state. 3 hours from the beach 3 hours from the mountains. Mountains are beautiful, especially during fall. Apart from Greensboro, Winston, Charlotte, Wilmington and a few other bad towns it's a pretty nice place to live. Wish I had enough money to buy about 20 acres somewhere west of Asheville.
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I was in Asheville last month. Fun town.
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My GGgrand parents were born in Henderson county. Even have a streets, schools and more names after us.
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Living in Wake Forest in the house my great grandfather built. My kids are the 5th generation to live here. There must be something nice about NC because all the yankees from NY, NJ, and FL want to move here.

We have a joke about the town of Cary, that it's an acronym that means Containment Area for Relocated Yankees.

Summers can be brutal though.
 Quoting: TheBiss


I lived in Cary from 2008 to 2009 before I had to relocate to Virginia by my employer. I loved it there and would move back in a heartbeat if I could. So beautiful.

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Too many Americans
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