September 2010

September 2010
Karie Reinertson: Shelter Protects You

Discover handmade creations in this haven for artists

From silk to cashmere to cotton, get the right accent just in time for fall

Whitemont Lodge’s grand scale is surpassed only by its storied past

Scene Setter: Television scriptwriter Karen Hall came to Boone for a lifestyle change, but Los Angeles can’t seem to do without her

Legends paint a larger-than-life picture of the woodsman, but at heart he was a simple man driven by curiosity

If you wanted a rifle in the 1800s, you talked to the Gillespies

Wood shop rocks with the right tools

Lisa Klakulak sculpts accessories out of the woolliest of mediums

A new Tryon museum highlights the lives and work of toy makers

Shimmy, shag, and sway at Lake Lure’s inaugural Dirty Dancing Festival

Settle in with a good book and its match from the wine world

Culinary experts fill you in on what’s missing from your pantry

Barber’s Orchard is ripe with bushels of apple offerings

Nurture a green thumb

The World Over: Morning Glory Café brings exotic influences to a quiet village

Learn your way around the kitchen

On your mark, get set, sew!

If you’ve forgotten everything your Home Economics teacher taught you, we’ve got the classes, instructors, and books you need to master life’s self-sustaining skills

A husband and wife team are planting the seeds of a movement to feed the hungry

Ride the waves with WNC’s leading female kayakers