Volume 18 Number 3
The long driveway winds through fields and trees, a small flock of birds – blue jays, cardinals & finches – flies up into the bright afternoon sky.
I thought In The Hills was just a magazine about B&Bs and real estate, but when I took a closer look, I really liked it and saw how passionate many people are about the issues in the area, especially environmental ones.
Alice’s True Adventure “There was never a March Hare, a Cheshire Cat, or a hookah-smoking caterpillar. The mushroom upon which the caterpillar sat, however, is real. The iconic Amanita muscaria, with its red cap and festive white polka dots, contains hallucinogens that cause the size of objects to appear distorted. Lewis Carroll was not unfamiliar…