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Favorite Places & Spaces


Favorite Places & Spaces

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Pretty Place @ YMCA Camp Greenville SC

Hot Air Balloon Festival, Pittsfield, NH by Dennis Sheehy

North Carolina Light Houses

Lees-McRae College is a grand old school located in the town of Banner Elk. Founded in 1900 by Reverend Edgar Tufts, the name Lees-McRae Institute didn’t take hold until 1907. The name McRae is derived from one the schools earliest and most dedicated teacher Elizabeth A. McRae. During these early times the school found its financial support through the generous benefactor Mrs. Mrs. S. P. Lees of Kentucky and New York unifying the two names Lees-McRae.

Spring View - Rough Ridge by Sugar Mtn Photography, via Flickr

Linn Cove Viaduct - 25th Anniversary by Sugar Mtn Photography, via Flickr

A proud ancestral Scot blasts out his bagpipes to the gathered clans of the 57th Annual Highland Games at Grandfather Mountain

Lees McRae, alma mater candy Pitman@Kathy Smith

Road Trip USA- you pick the state and learn about the parks & attractions. So awesome!

Let's build a campfire.

Weathered wood with orange lichens... so familiar

Biltmore Estate gardens - North Carolina

Awesome hotel on giraffe sanctuary!

Canada's Highest Waterfall - Della Falls

Lees McRae, North Carolina

Lees-McRae College is a grand old school located in the town of Banner Elk. Founded in 1900 by Reverend Edgar Tufts, the name Lees-McRae Institute didn’t take hold until 1907. The name McRae is derived from one the schools earliest and most dedicated teacher Elizabeth A. McRae. During these early times the school found its financial support through the generous benefactor Mrs. Mrs. S. P. Lees of Kentucky and New York unifying the two names Lees-McRae.

Banner Elk North Carolina

Banner Elk Winery

Banner Elk, NC

Pilot Mountain winter.

Hanging Rock

love snow

Dr. Flippins Bed & Breakfast in downtown Pilot Mountain has a simple but elegant atmosphere.

Sunrise on Pilot Mountain in North Carolina, via Flickr.