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Found 3 entries for January, 2020.

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Maybe you’re a North Carolina native, or maybe you are just a history buff. Either way, we believe you have to know and appreciate where you come from in order to get where you’re going. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of influential women in North Carolina history who’ve shaped this state we love for the better.

Mary Lapham - Tuberculosis Fighter

From the late 1800s to the early 1900s, tuberculosis was killing one in seven people in the entire country. It was the number one cause of death. Tuberculosis is also an airborne pathogen, which means you can catch it simply by standing too close to someone who is speaking or coughing, especially if they don’t even know they have it yet. To say the least, this was a scary disease to be faced with

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We are now in 2020—and we think this might be the decade of the dog! Little by little, dog-friendly amenities are becoming the driving force behind many consumers’ decisions to buy or rent a home. Landmark Realty Group is a pet-friendly company and dogs are welcome in our offices and in many of our vacation rentals. We completely understand your desire to bring your pup with you on all of your adventures. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of dog-friendly activities in North Carolina so you know exactly what you can do with your pet while you visit.

Dog-Friendly Restaurants and Bars in North Carolina

One of our favorite dog-friendly activities in North Carolina is enjoying a good meal with our favorite pup. It’s tricky to find pet-friendly

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One of the many appealing realities of living in the North Carolina communities of Cashiers, Highlands, Sapphire Valley, Lake Glenville and Lake Toxaway is the abundant and vibrant array of flowers native to North Carolina that decorate the mountain terrain during the spring, summer, and fall months. Add a handful of flowering trees along with a wide variety of non-indigenous blooming plants, and you might believe you are living amongst a botanical garden in your own backyard of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Why Do Flowers Grow So Well in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina?

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 It seems that a good majority of the year, a multitude of flowers bloom in succession from one to the next. From spring’s bright and dazzling yellow hues of

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