Nestled in a special place between north and south in the Carolina mountains of Appalachia is a land of uncommon bounty. Kissed by gentle winds sweeping through the rolling hills and blessed by moderate temperatures at just the right altitude, this is a land enriched by a combination of environmental conditions so rare that only a few places like it exist. It is a unique place where the soil remains perpetually fertile and all that grows here is simply better.
Discovered by emancipated slaves nearly two centuries ago as they fled their past, this land is a secluded reserve so difficult to find that it became more than a safe haven. It became a permanent home. A small community quickly grew, and the inhabitants named it the Kingdom of the Happy Land in reverence to the fruitful bounty the Earth here always provided.