The area where I grew up is a beautiful place to visit. You can find out more about this little piece of heaven here: Visit Cherokee County ,NC.

One of my very favorite pages on all things Appalachia: The Blind Pig and the Acorn

If you are interested in some beautiful items "handmade in traditional mountain style", I encourage you to check out Burnt Branch Creations. If you are interested in taking some classes, she offers lessons in: rag rug twining, rag rug braiding, crochet, knitting, tatting, hand-quilting, sewing, hand-embroidery, and weaving. You can also check out their new store on Main Street in Andrews, NC!

 If you like to laugh and would like a little insight pn life in the country, check out A Country Girl Can Survive.

 I met fellow Appalachian blogger, Jimmy Proffitt, at the 2017 Wilderness Wildlife Week in Pigeon Forge, TN. Check out his blog, The Appalachian Tale.

I had the privilege of recently meeting Theron Clore, an amazing Appalachian photographer. You can find some of his work here: Theron Clore Photography or you can check him out on Facebook.

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