North Carolina

Discoveries America

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The Wright Brothers made first powered flight in North Carolina, today there's a monument to their achievement, and museum with replica of their original flyer. Kitty Hawk Kites bring passion of flying with ultra lights and kite boards. Hang gliding classes are popular in Jockey's Ridge, a natural sand dune on the Outer Banks. Wilmington is historic city with waterfront with over 200 historic buildings, historic homes, museums and antique shops.

Community's third annual Bluegrass Festival helps support historic Thalean Hall. Lowe's Motor Speedway is home of NASCAR. The track also used by Buck Baker Racing School, where enthusiasts learn skills of driving racecars. Love Valley, an isolated mountain community whose members include modern cowboys. Penland School of Crafts is an institution founded on love of materials ... clay, stone, wood, metal, fibers and textiles.

Arval Woodey has been turning wooden chairs for decades, all made without nails or glue, held by tight fitting joints of his masterful woodwork. Today, Mast General Store operates on same principles that kept it in business for almost one hundred years. A place where aspiring musicians get together and play their music, Young's Mountain Music draws a crowd and has sent many a would-be entertainer to Nashville.

(Discoveries America South Atlantic 6 DVD collection includes 5% discount: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, West Virginia and Virginia.Condensed version also available with 6 DVD's in a single case.)

Customer Comments and Reviews

"I received my copy of the North Carolina DVD two days ago and have viewed it over and over again. I can't begin to tell you how delighted both my wife and I are with the entire program. We've already ordered three additional copies for family members and anticipate that we will be getting requests for more!"

DVDDANC REVIEW: Discoveries America, North Carolina
In Discoveries America, North Carolina, viewers will learn that the "Tar Heel State" delights in celebrating tradition (in segments on woodcarving artists and a school devoted to country crafts), as well as preserving its history ( a visit to the Wright Brothers' first flight). In addition, the program stops at a bluegrass festival, the built-from scratch Western town Love Valley, and the Lowe's Motor Speedway (home to NASCAR and the Buck Baker Racing School). This title is sure to be popular and is definitely recommended.