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Our favorite shots from The Furrow and Homestead magazines.


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A region’s larder helps chef hit the big time.


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This Swiss cow didn’t get her close-up…until now!


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“That music, it’ll latch on to you.”


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The B&B at CornerStone Farm shows its patriotic pride.


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The Crooked Road Episode 4: A Hardscrabble Life

“Through the years, all these colors mixed together and became what’s known as Appalachian music…”.


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Wild Harvest

Taming wildflowers tests the will of two plant lovers.


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Windmill Musings

These icons of history still have a place in many hearts.


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Forest fire crews serve and protect.


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What comes after retirement? One couple found that the answer can come as a surprise.


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S’Mores and More!

Secrets for cooking the perfect firepit snacks.


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The Occasional Photo: Balloons Over Yampa

A look at some of our favorite photos from past issues.


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The Crooked Road Episode 3: The Luthier

“I thought, ‘This thing’s just made out of wood, I should be able to make one.'”


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The Crooked Road Episode 2: Faith & Family

“It goes into a spiritual realm where the land and the people are connected…”.


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A Springtime Walk In The Woods

A springtime walk is good for the soul.


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The Occasional Photo: “The Ultimate Predator”

A look at some of our favorite photos from past issues.


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The Crooked Road: Episode 1

Looking back to the Big Bang of country music.


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The Occasional Photo: “Sleeping On Straw”

Stunning views, and a day on the farm, available to those willing to sleep on straw.


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For The Love Of Bread: Part II

Divining the secrets of an 80-year-old Basque structure built in the wilderness for baking bread.


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A look at some of our favorite shots from The Furrow and Homestead magazines.