February 2014: Appalachian native and author, Dr. Jack Furbee contacted us and agreed to share some of his stories along with links to his published works with appalachian themes. You can find his bio and Van Camp Lost and Found story here.
January 2014: Phil Ruby submits a poem
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Have you ever asked a local native about a world famous landmark in his town? Often, they will comment how they have never visited the attraction. Isn’t it funny how we so often overlook the real beauty in our own backyards?
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