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  • Tar Heel Traveler with Skip Cilley The Les and Sally Moore Story

    Tar Heel Traveler reporter Skip Cilley shares the story of Les and Sally Moore’s heartbreaking departure from their home and business of 18 years at Cape Lookout as the National Park Service takes over the property.

    Skip was the Tar Heel Traveler from February 1977 to July 1978.

  • Tar Heel Traveler Skip Cilley finds a house made of cans

    Skip Cilley, the Tar Heel Traveler from February 1977 – July 1978, traveled around North Carolina looking for interesting people with interesting stories. While in Willow Springs he finds a building being made with beer cans.

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  • Tar Heel Traveler with Skip Cilley and the Neon Maker

    Skip Cilley was the Tar Heel Traveler from February 1977 to July 1978. He traveled around North Carolina looking for people and stories of interest. In this report, Skip talks with Russell Williams, a neon sign maker in Wilson.

  • Tar Heel Traveler Skip Cilley in the town of Wilson

    Skip Cilley was the Tar Heel Traveler from February 1977 to July 1978. He criss-crossed North Carolina and found interesting people doing interesting things. In this report, he found a couple of guys making a custom car in their garage in Wilson.

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  • Tar Heel Traveler Skip Cilley chats with Mr. Baird, a basket weaver.

    Skip Cilley was the Tar Heel Traveler from February 1977 – July 1978. He traveled around North Carolina looking for people doing interesting things. In this episode of THT, Skip interviews Mr. R.H. Baird. a craftsman basket weaver, in Woodsdale Township in Person County.