You’re never too old for an adventure in a treehouse. At least not the versions on the 150-acre Edisto River Refuge, just outside of Charleston, South Carolina. Stewarded by Scott and Anne Kennedy, these treehouses are remote enough to feel like an out-of-the-way journey and packed with enough subtle comforts to make the escape feel a little indulgent.
“If our father had had his say, nobody who did not know how to fish would be allowed to disgrace a fish by catching him.” - Norman Maclean, author
While spring always excites us to get outdoors and enjoy the old favorite pastimes, it’s also rewarding to challenge ourselves and learn a new skill. For those who are novice to fly fishing, the rivers and streams in Middle Tennessee provide a natural playground for the sport.
With some socially-conscious business models, the product being sold is made with cheap materials and then marked up to cover the charity aspect of the organization. Seldom do you see one of these companies offer a product that is known first for its high quality. But then there’s Austin-based Kammok, a new outdoor gear brand whose camping hammocks are starting to pop up around parks and backyards.