Sunday, September 6, 2009

22. Reasons Why I Like Living In North Carolina

1. Bluebirds









2. BBQ



3. Downtown Greensboro


4. Krispy Creme



5. Texas Pete Hot Sauce

6. The Farmer's Market
7. Carolina Blue Skys year round


8. Piedmont Triad International Airport with parking meters right outside the drop off door
9. PGA Golf Tournament at Sedgefield Country Club


10. Shrimp and Grits


11. Getting pretty much anywhere in Greensboro within 30 minutes.
12. Grasshoppers Minor League Baseball Team


13. The weather...no blizzards or below zero temps.

14. The Fresh Market


15. Giacamo's Italian Market

16. Shopping at the Friendly Center
17. Cheerwine
18. The Outer Banks



19. Biltmore House in Asheville

20. 4 Hour drive to Myrtle Beach

21. Football Games at UNC
22. Southern Seasons in Chapel Hill

9 comments:

Belle (from Life of a...) said...

A Southern Season is amazing! It's about two miles from my son's apartment.

Laura said...

Hi - I just stumbled on your blog today! I love this post! My sister used to live in Elon and she LOVED it - the thing she misses the most is Cheerwine milkshakes at Cookout!!!!

Stacey said...

Cute post! I've actually been working on a post about the reasons that I love living in the south. For me, it's a Texas/Oklahoma thing because that's where we've lived. It's fun to see what's important to someone in different places.

Lisa@Pickles and Cheese said...

Yes there is lots to like about living in the South! I forgot all about Cookout...I didn't even know they made a Cheerwine milkshake! Oh....that could be big trouble!

Melissa Miller said...

Great answers Lisa!

We have one little extra tidbit living on the coast of NC and that is the hurricanes. Ugh....:)

merrilymarylee said...

Funny, I was a Southerner living the midwest for years! When we returned to NC I burst into tears the first time I saw a bluebird again. Now I've learned they're up there, too. Who knew??? :)

I'd add Fearrington in Pittsboro, the Blue Ridge Parkway, NC seafood, Wing Haven in Charlotte, Wilmington and the southern beaches of NC. Whoa! Sometimes I forget just how lucky we are!

Color4Charlotte said...

I just recently moved to Charlotte, Wesley Chapel to be exact. I would like to add to your list:
Dukes mayo
Fried pickles

It's all good!

http://colorspecialist-charlotte.blogspot.com/

Tammy@InStitches said...

Yummmm, krispy kreme donuts are the best !

Melanie said...

I'm totally with you on #10! Yummy!