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  • Joined: 12/4/2002
  • Location: Harrells & Topsail B,NC & Murrells Inlet,SC
Mayberry Days Mon, 09/29/03 5:05 PM (permalink)
We went to Mt. Airy Saturday for conclusion of Mayberry Days. We had We read about Snappy's Lunch in a Roadfood book and stood in line a long time-but it was worth it! The sandwiches are very large,
the tea is very sweet, and the prices are very cheap. The pork chop sandwich was 3 bucks with lots of trimming.
If anyone out there is a big Mayberry fan you may want to check this out next year-2004 dates are Sept. 23-26. is the website.
The town also has some really nice craft and gift stores. I got lots of Christmas shopping completed.
There were cars there from many states-guess we are slow in learning about this local festival. Most of the "old stars" return for the Sat. parade I was told.
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