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WNC falls into October

WNC falls into October

Amid the innumerable reasons why we love Western North Carolina, the fall foliage of October might be the one key element that resides on everyone’s list. As the leaves change from green to yellow, orange and red, and the air gets a tad crisp in nature, so does the uptick in local and regional festivities.  

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