The summer solstice occurred this morning at 12:24 a.m. While most in the Old North State have been celebrating summertime since Memorial Day or the last day of school, it’s now official. North Carolina lives up to its moniker “the variety vacation land” best during summer. From Lake Lure to Wrightsville Beach and Grandfather Mountain to Jockey’s Ridge, there is a place to “sit there in the sand” or “watch those golden tans” in every county in North Carolina. Happy Summer!
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Arapahoe — Ahoy, there! Bugles sound the call to rise, the dining hall is prepared for the fellowship of friends eating family style, and the day ahead is for building character and honing skills while exploring the […]