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Featured Articles from the Summer 2014 Issue

Out Here Magazine - Summer 2014

The Potters

Bill and Judy Heim had their early retirement all planned out. The two would spend their days in their newly built studio, creating bowls, vases, candle-holders, teapots, wall hangings, and other striking pieces.


But a leisurely approach was not for this energetic pair. Instead of dabbling in pottery, the Heims order clay by the ton. Or three.


And they work almost daily in their studio on their Lascassas, Tenn., farm, filling orders from gift shops, tourism centers, and craft markets, along with selling online through a wholesaling website.


With nature as their muse, the Heims create pieces in earth tones and decorate primarily with their signature leaves, made by Judy. Indeed, even their studio's name — Red Oak Pottery — is a nod to Mother Nature and Judy's love for leaves.

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Something's Fishy at a Trout Ranch

Rainbow trout thrive in the clear, cold spring water flowing from the base of Daus Mountain, where Stephen Pickett harvests 1-pound fish and fillets them into restaurant-sized portions.

Within 24 hours, the trout land on diners' plates in one of about a dozen nearby Chattanooga, Tenn., restaurants that rely on Pickett's Trout Ranch to supply entrees for their menu.

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Stitcher's Find Bliss at a Quilt Retreat

Not long after Jeff and Judy Fenton transformed a 1920s dairy barn into their country home, Judy hatched a plan to turn the unfinished barn loft into a creative retreat for quilters.

"Quilting has always been about the fellowship and camaraderie of women working together and I wanted to create a place where that could happen," she recalls.

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Create a Butterfly Habitat

With careful planning, home gardeners can create an inviting habitat that will allow butterflies to flourish, says Susan Grupp, a retired horticulture educator with the University of Illinois Extension.


"Whether you add some favorite butterfly plants to an existing garden or start with a new garden designed just for butterflies, you will be amazed how easy it is to attract them to your yard," she says.

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Out Here magazine is a quarterly publication from Tractor Supply Co. celebrating the rural lifestyle.
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