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Mountains & Lakes Country 

The Mountains and Lakes Country region is in West Virginia. Buckwheat is produced in Bruceton Mills, and is available in local stores from mid-September through December.
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Morgantown is in Monongalia County, West Virginia and is the county seat. It is home to the West Virginia University Mountaineers.
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Fairmont, nicknamed the "Friendly City", is a city of 19,097 people in West Virginia.
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Clarksburg, also called the "Jewel of the Hills", is a city of 16,743 people in West Virginia.
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Summersville is a town of 3,294 people in West Virginia. Summersville is on US-19, between Fayetteville and Weston.
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Sutton is a town of 1,011 people in West Virginia. It's located in Braxton County, which is known as "the Geographic Center of West Virginia".
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Weston is a town of 4,317 people in West Virginia. It's a great base for getting to nearby Stonewall Jackson State Park, and it's also a good destination for glass collectors and history buffs.
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Clay is a town of 593 people in West Virginia. Local residents, enamored of its small-town charm, sometimes call it "Clayberry".
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Richwood is a city of 2,477 people in West Virginia. Originally a lumber town - hence the name - Richwood now bills itself as a mountain vacation getaway and a convenient entry point to the Monongahela National Forest and the Cranberry Wilderness.
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Buckhannon is a city of 5,725 people in West Virginia, and the only incorporated community in Upshur County.
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Shinnston is a city in Mountaineer Country - north-central West Virginia. This is Mid-Atlantic region on some maps and South on others.
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Kingwood is a town of around 3000 in Preston County, West Virginia.
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Grafton is a city in north central West Virginia. It is the county seat of Taylor County.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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