Vol. 2 Num. 6
Vol. 2 Num. 6 -October/November 2014
From the Publisher: “It’s always sad to say goodbye to summer, but I’m ready for fall, as I’m sure you are—cooler weather, bird dogs on point, and new adventures outdoors. I hope you’ve made time to get your dogs in shape and have polished up your shooting this summer.
We have arranged an exciting season-opening issue for you. First, we start on the Southeast Coast with a fantastic quail hunt at Cabin Bluff. Then we cross the pond and visit Barbour and learn a little about their clothing, which we all love. Next, we spend some time visiting with Simon Clode as he sets the mark high for handmade best guns at Westley Richards. Nancy Anisfield gives us some insight into the Gordon setter, and Bob Bertram shows us what great talent looks like, through his paintings. We also head into the hills of Tennessee and meet with Chef Joseph Lenn at Blackberry Farm, which everyone wants to visit and now we know why!
We are thrilled to include cigars in our lineup, for the first time. Joe Healy, our editor, introduces us to cigars in our newest column, “One Cigar at a Time.” The magazine’s team is excited to add this section and we hope you will enjoy it as we begin to talk all things cigar.”