Three kids bound up the trail toward the summit of John B. Mountain. The adults make their way behind as the day’s temperature climbs to 90 degrees.
Amelia Poole uses the process known as eco-printing to make one-of-a-kind scarves, quilts, notecards and garments.
“I’m the mad scientist,” said Tom Hoey, 70, the founder and sole operator of The Sow’s Ear Winery, which churns out all-natural, pesticide-free, hard apple ciders and fruit wines outside Brooksville.
It’s a gray, muggy morning in early July. A small group sits at the front of Buck’s Harbor Market, drinking joe, chewing the fat. “Welcome […]
A long, dirt road winds through the middle of the Holbrook Island Sanctuary in Brooksville with trailheads intermittently marked on either side. Near the end, […]
The Tinder Hearth Bakery is known for producing two things: delicious Old World-style baked goods and home-spun musical entertainment. When Tim Semler and his wife, […]
A short, bird-like call echoed over the sparkling Bagaduce River. The shore was too distant to see its source, but Karen Francoeur knew it was […]
The loop through Brooksville offers the motorcycle rider smooth pavement and gravel roads, sweeping curves, panoramic vistas and the chance to get thoroughly lost without much risk of encountering marauding terrorists, drug cartels or a civil war.