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Featured Articles from the Winter 2008 Issue

Out Here Magazine - Winter 2008

The Colonial Farmer

Ed Schultz leaves the 21st century behind every day when he arrives for work at Great Hopes Plantation. This living history farm is part of Colonial Williamsburg, VA, a reconstruction of the colonial capital where America's Founding Fathers Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and dozens more helped shape democracy in the United States. Ed and fellow interpreters, including Wayne Randolph, tend livestock, work the fields, and build the necessaries — outbuildings, corrals, fencing, troughs — to operate this "middling plantation."

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Explore The Night Sky By Winter Stargazing

Winter is one of the best times to stargaze. The skies are clearer, the stars are sharper. All you need is a cup of hot chocolate. "Go outside and look up," says Derrick Pitts, chief astronomer and planetarium programs director for the Franklin Institute, in Philadelphia, PA. "If you're in a rural place, you have this big sky effect — this whole panoply of stars overhead that go from horizon to horizon. The sky is rich, purple velvet. Then you have these diamonds stuck on the velvet background."

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Stop Your Home's Energy Leaks

Some houses secretly seep energy, causing energy bills to rise as winter temperatures tumble. The solution seems straightforward: a perfectly sealed home to keep the warm air in and the cool air out. Reality, though, rarely proves so simple. Potential problems can vary with the age of a home, with older dwellings often requiring costly refits. Even new homes, though, can suffer from energy-sapping faults, and anyone assuming all is well risks paying a price.

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Protect Your Stock And Fireproof Your Barn

Barn fires, with the death and destruction they inflict, are top of mind for just about any livestock owner — or they should be. Fire destroys more than 1,000 U.S. livestock and poultry storage facilities each year, notes the National Fire Protection Association. Many of those fires could have been prevented, says Laurie Loveman, a Highland Hills, Ohio, fire official who has made fire safety and barn fire prevention her mission.

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Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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