Wednesday, September 25, 2013

corner view: what to do in your country (united states)

Corner View is a weekly appointment - each Wednesday - created by Jane (Spain) and curated by Francesca (Italy), where bloggers from all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme. This week’s theme is "What to do in your country" and comes from Susanna (Netherlands).

There are so many different things to do in my country
and each region has it's own special offerings.
In North Carolina, which is where I am,
we are fortunate to able to enjoy both the mountains...




and the sea.

Around the state we have events and festivals year-round to celebrate various aspects of our culture, our heritage, our diversity, our holidays
and to raise money for various non-profit organizations.
There are always musical events of every genre to attend...

  and if you are a fan of the visual arts there are galleries, museums, exhibits
and other showings galore.
 We're very fortunate here to have so many opportunities to enjoy the beautiful outdoors, a huge variety of artistic events and to celebrate who we are.


8 comments:

Li + Belle said...

I can only say that U.S. is a dream country full of beautiful landscapes. I wish I could visit it. Eventually.

Susanna Redeker said...

It seems great there in Carolina, I did travel around a bit, but the USA is kind of BIG!! hahaha ;-)

I have lived nearby Boston, so I did discover New England!!
Thanks for showing your part!

gis said...

wow, plenty of things to do, I love your country!

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

lovely carolina... i've not been to, i don't seem to remember. you guys are just as diverse as here our tiny country...!
well, aren't we all?
n♥

Menthe Blanche said...

It seems so sweet to live here...you're lucky to be near the sea and the mountains.

S. Etole said...

It looks like you live in a beautiful and varied part of the country.

babies said...

my kind of world!

Francesca said...

it's great that you do get around to enjoy and take advantage of all these opportunities!