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Founded in 1846, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was built by beer barons who created powerhouse brands, such as Miller High Life, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Schlitz. Today, only Miller is still being brewed in Milwaukee, but a new generation of craft breweries has helped maintain the city's reputation as a...
View from Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
A sure sign of the coming of spring in New England is the ritual of turning maple sap into syrup. The process, known as 'sugaring off', involves tapping the tree trunks, collecting the sap, boiling most of the water out and (this part is optional) devouring a stack of pancakes doused in the thick...
Cascading waterfalls in DuPont State Recreational Forest near Hendersonville, North Carolina
I was raised in a little village in Surrey, England and have always loved the neighbourhood feel that came with it. Hendersonville, North Carolina reminded me of this same charm. Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina, 2,200 feet above sea level, Hendersonville is...
Mount Tom, Woodstock, Vermont
A trip to Vermont should be on everyone’s bucket list, and in particular, the charming and delightful New England town of Woodstock is a must-visit. Surrounded by tranquil green mountains and babbling streams and rivers, Woodstock is among the prettiest towns I’ve ever seen. The clean village...
Freeport Bridge, Sacramento River, Sacramento, California
Arriving in Sacramento, California, I found a thriving, modern capital city that is steeped in history. I also found the great outdoors literally on its doorstep. Fishing, cycling, boating, wine tours and some of the best agri-tourism America has to offer – it was all within easy reach.
Mount Vernon
George Washington may have a towering memorial to his name in the heart of Washington, D.C., but off across the Potomac sits a more personal memorial raised by his own hand and reflecting his strong, virtuous, independent and wholly American character.
An afternoon at Iowa’s Living History Farms is like a going back to school, but immensely more enjoyable. Learn first hand the story of how Iowans transformed lush tallgrass prairie into tilled farmland that produces more corn, hogs, chickens and eggs than any other state in America.
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