Get Your Jan/Feb Travel Issue
This one-of-a-kind issue features not one, but THREE different travel guides, each one with a unique angle. From culturally significant collections to tea rooms to artisanal food, plus places to eat, sleep, and play during your travels, this is one issue you do not want to miss. Editor-in-chief Kurt Rheinheimer even says that it's the most varied set of travel guides the magazine has ever done.
“This new issue is bigger and better in every context. With rich, compassionate history, fun and quirky curious, and more, it's what we already do, but to a heightened degree on history, culture, and travel. It's Blue Ridge Country magazine on steroids.”
With 100 pages of content, articles include Eng and Chang Bunker, the famous Siamese twins and businessmen from Mt. Airy, NC; three photo essays featuring mountain views, skies, and familiar structures such as barns and churches; and a guest column from John Cooper, who in 1980 bought and reopened the Original Mast General Store in the rural community of Valle Crucis, NC, resulting in eight additional stores across the region over the last 35 years.
“Joan Vannorsdall's fresh look at the lives of Siamese twins Eng and Chang Bunker is incredibly insightful. Of course there are the curios, such as secret caves and strange Kentucky moonbeams. Plus there are three photo essays with varying shots of our mountains,” says Rheinheimer.To get your copy subscribe before January 4th or look for it on newsstands starting in mid December!