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MEADOWS OF DAN, VIRGINIA | Where to begin to tell the enchanting story of Primland, where stargazing, mountain biking and golf come together in the beautiful quiet of the Blue Ridge foothills?
Primland is a resort like few others, a place where the Donald Steel-designed golf course sits in the middle of a property that’s bigger than the island of Bermuda – seven miles wide and 10 miles long – and much of Primland’s charm is the luxury of just being there.
Pig candy Photo: Ron Green Jr.
So, where to start in sharing the Primland experience?
With the pig candy, of course.
It alone may be worth the trip to Primland, which sits just above the North Carolina line in southwest Virginia, approximately two and a half hours by car from Charlotte and the Raleigh-Durham area. There is so much more to Primland than the pig candy but let’s start there.
To call it bacon is like saying the Grand Canyon has a nice view.
Pig candy is a wickedly seduct...
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