Out On The Trace
This summer, may we suggest a 444-mile scenic path, stretching from Nashville to Natchez, Mississippi, to do just that?
The Appalachian Trail
In 1921, an architect named Benton MacKaye wrote an article arguing that national parks like Yosemite and Yellowstone were magnificent, but wholly cut off from the majority of America’s population, who lived (and still lives) in the East.
Highpoint, North Carolina, is sometimes referred to as the “Furniture Capital of the World,” but the town’s expert leather workers are now applying their skills to a completely different type of product: handmade golf club covers.
Calling Afield a mere cookbook would be daftly inadequate. It would be like calling the Grand Canyon a large ditch.
Recognizing Poisonous Plants
Surfing The OBX
If baking idly in a beach chair isn’t your idea of an invigorating shore excursion, head east this summer to find what is arguably the best surfing action this side of the Mississippi – board, wind and kite.
Edisto River Refuge
You’re never too old for an adventure in a treehouse. At least not the versions on the 150-acre Edisto River Refuge, just outside of Charleston, South Carolina.