Andrew Snavely treks the globe to source the leaves, buds, and flowers steeped at Dobrá Tea in Asheville, each time returning with a greater knowledge of this ancient beverage and its cultural ties.
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Western North Carolina’s few remaining century-old cabins stand as reminders of the region’s isolation and the Appalachian way of life. Here’s a trio of hikes to historic homesteads that offer insight into the past.
Others may have passed through Western North Carolina
in search of gold, but none were more barbaric than Hernando de Soto.
The impact of his bloody expedition on the region’s native population is just finally coming to light.