Andy Griffith's hometown of Mount Airy, N.C., which inspired the sleepy fictional town of Mayberry in "The Andy Griffith Show," celebrated a bygone era of American rural life seen on television by millions in the 1960s. Visitors to "Mayberry Days" on Friday took a tour of the town, stopping for a peek at Floyd's Barber Shop, the Snappy Lunch restaurant and the jailhouse, places made legendary by lookalike Hollywood sets. "I guess just the simplicity of it, that's what I like about the show," said Richard Hoffstedt of Michigan, taking a break from snapping pictures of the Old Earle theater. Griffith did not attend, but visitors got to see the drugstore where he landed his first job, as a soda jerk, as well as the church where learned to play the trombone and the theater where he first performed.