As time goes on we stumble on great places, products, and other really cool things. Here is where we keep track of them as all of our memories are not what they used to be!

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Kentucky Bourbon Trail

In 1999, the Kentucky Distillers’ Association formed the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® tour to give visitors a firsthand look at the art and science of crafting Bourbon, and to educate them about the rich history and proud tradition of our signature spirit.

What is an ROV?

Fun, functional and definitely versatile, ROVs, or recreational off-highway vehicles, are a new breed of machine, attracting the attention of outdoor enthusiasts in ever-increasing numbers. When adventure calls, ROVs have what it takes, whether it’s transporting gear to a favorite campsite or simply exploring the great outdoors. Intended primarily for recreational use.

Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors for the experiences and adventures.

The Spirit delivers the world’s best cocktail recipes – plus stories and techniques from behind the bar.

Where can we ride?

Really great Nantahala National Forest trail system near Sylva and Cullowhee NC, Wayehutta’s trails feature steep elevation gains, wonderful scenery and long-range mountain views, and plenty of off-road adventure around its 28-mile loop system. Wahehutta OHV Trails

The premier specialist and market leader in selling authentic bottles of original 19th century spirits, including pre-phylloxera cognac, ancient whiskies, pre-1903 Chartreuse and early Rhum Agricole. In 2010 we handled the sale of the oldest and most valuable cognac bottle in existence, the unique 270 year-old Clos de Griffier 1738. Finest & Rarest also handles some of the rarest and most romantic of all wines, including Madeira, Tokaji Essencia and Chateau Chalon from the nineteenth and even eighteenth centuries.

I’m always asked for hikes – Here is one in Cashiers, we did this – it was a beautiful hike. 2 mile loop with great views and some rock climbing clifs! Don’t worry, you don’t have to rock climb! Click here for a printable hiking guide!