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


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Looking back to the Big Bang of country music.


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The Crooked Road: Episode 2 Coming April 14

Hear how faith, family, people, and place came together to create American country music.


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A springtime walk is good for the soul.


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


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


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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.


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Railcar owners preserve the golden years of rail travel.


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High-tech flying machines number in the millions.


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To The Lighthouse

Homesteading the ultimate waterfront property.


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Spreading Chestnuts

Chestnut trees and elderberry bushes prepare this historic Missouri homestead for future generations.


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Urbanites save farm from eminent domain threat.


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The Occasional Photo: October 14, 2016

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


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One Man’s Cave Is Another’s Castle

The limestone caves of Italy’s Sassi region have been occupied for millennia.


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The story behind our favorite illustrations.


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The Purest Sound

A family owned foundry makes bronze bells for the whole world .


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The Occasional Photo: August 19, 2016

South Dakota farmer Rick Bieber recalls a time when 20 families lived within walking distance of The Harding School.


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To Sell Or Not?

Making the toughest decision.