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“The Andy Griffith Show” was based on a small North Carolina town, and maybe that makes it all the more...

"The Andy Griffith Show" was based on a small North Carolina town, and maybe that makes it all the more fitting that Frances Bavier, who played on of the show's most popular characters, ended up retiring to Siler City.

Andy Griffith in Winston-Salem July 5, 1958 for No Time for Sergeants. A native of Mount Airy, just half an hour away from Winston-Salem, Griffith is a television legend and icon of North Carolina.

Andy Griffith in Winston-Salem July 1958 for No Time for Sergeants. A native of Mount Airy, just half an hour away from Winston-Salem, Griffith is a television legend and icon of North Carolina.

Mount Airy, NC from Andy Griffith Show  Mayberry's Sandwich: Andy's Griffiths favorite sandwich  And other places to visit in town

You Have to Try Andy Griffith's Favorite Sandwich

In honor of Andy Griffith! Mount Airy, North Carolina was the model for Andy Griffith's television hometown. But locals say it has another claim to fame—the ground steak sandwich.

Mount Airy, aka Mayberry, NC, home of Andy Griffith by schoolbus159, via Flickr

Mount Airy, aka Mayberry, NC, home of Andy Griffith by schoolbus159, via Flickr

In the North Carolina sand hills there are produce stands that sell local seasonal fruits and vegetables.  Travelers on Highway...

In the North Carolina sand hills there are produce stands that sell local seasonal fruits and vegetables. The "Big Strawberry" has a new location.

RANDLEMAN, N.C. -- North Carolina is known the entire world over for its furniture. Long before it was mass produced in factories, local craftsmen took advantage of the area's abundance of trees an...

RANDLEMAN, N. -- North Carolina is known the entire world over for its furniture. Long before it was mass produced in factories, local craftsmen took advantage of the area's abundance of trees an.

My mother grew up in Hamlet, North Carolina until she was 16. It’s a small train town where the Seaboard and Southern Railroad lines crossed near Rockingham (now of motor speedway fame).  I first visited Hamlet when I was about five or six years old. I remember being struck by how big the pine cones were. Enormous. The biggest I’d ever seen. They were like small footballs. The home of the long leaf pine, indeed.  It’s funny the things that stick out to you when you’re a kid

My mother grew up in Hamlet, North Carolina until she was It’s a small train town where the Seaboard and Southern Railroad lines crossed near Rockingham (now of motor speedway fame).

The Penland School of Crafts in The Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina

Penland School of Crafts • The Mast Farm Inn, North Carolina

A Very Short History of Penland School of Crafts. Founded in 1929 by Lucy Morgan, Penland School was originally an outgrowth of a craft-based economic development project she had started several years earlier.

Sunset on the Perquimans River. Hertford, NC

Sunset on the Perquimans River.

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