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Ginny Neil

Eat leeks in March and wild garlic in May, and all the year after physicians may play. —Old Welsh Rhyme more

Mountain Garden

Casually cruising to Claytor Lake in southwest Virginia, I felt like I had come home - back to where it all began: my first assignment for Blue Ridge Country. more

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Bill Burnham

Bill Burnham is the owner-operator, with his wife, Mary Burnham, of Burnham Guides LLC, which combines their work as guidebook authors and kayak guides. more

Guest Columnists

“One of the finest sandwiches of the South” lives on as a son presents his take on an East Tennessee favorite. more

Food & Flavors

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Holt Messerly

An interest hatched at age 10 became a life-long obsession. more

Features

In the second of our 30th Anniversary revisits to stories over those years, a new look at a broken life ended with a fire. more

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These parks hold strong promise for life-listers, great trails, scenery and more. more

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The Palisades Restaurant

The tiny town of Eggleston, Virginia, is being transformed. more

Features

Here's your guide to 177 great gatherings to help you plan your 2018 mountain travels. more

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Joe Tennis

David Schwartz operates the Camera Heritage Museum, a fixture in downtown Staunton, Virginia. more

Creature Feature

Downtown Sylva, North Carolina, is home to several buildings that served as settings in the movie “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” more

Creature Feature

The listing of the first bumblebee as an endangered species has experts buzzing. more

Creature Feature

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Leonard & Laurie Adkins

With surprises ranging from a collection of bonsai trees to delicious lunch fare, the Asheville destination is pure pleasure. more

The Hike

There’s magic and romance within the siren call of “Breakfast All Day!” more

Mill Creek Stories

A boy in the woods with his parents is not thinking about trying to call a bird or identify a flower. No, years must ripen to allow such appreciations. more

From the Editor

Suzi Parron is the author of “Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement” and “Following the Barn Quilt Trail.” more

Guest Columnists

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Ginny Neil

My fake plants died because I did not pretend to water them. —Mitch Hedberg more

Mountain Garden

Our food columnist, Fred Sauceman, writes of smoky ham, secret sauce, and blue cheese dressing. more

Food & Flavors

Twenty-two years after her first visit in 1995, our writer went to the Cumberland Gap to see what had changed…and what had stayed the same. more

Features

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Tennessee Aquarium

After studying aquatic life around the world, biologist Dr. Anna George found her true calling: protecting the creatures that live in her own backyard. more

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