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Colby Dunn

Snowed in

Photo courtesy of The Swag Country Inn

Equipped as we were with three woodstoves and enough instant oatmeal to last a minor apocalyptic event, the blizzard of ’93 is well remembered as a pretty enjoyable event by all the inhabitants of that lonely corner of mountain. more

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The golden leaf

Colby Dunn photo

In the sliver of time that lines the far edge of summer, burley tobacco is tinged with a thin, spreading ring of gold. Baking under the summer sun, it gives off a surprisingly gamey aroma, reminiscent of natural fertilizer or unwashed mushrooms. more

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Chatlos Chapel

Donated photo

It’s 6 a.m. and the sky is still unlit, the color of chalky charcoal. But in a corner, under the darkened window, a small orange light is on a steady, metronomic blink, flaring and fading at half-second intervals. more

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