West Point on the Eno: The Mill That Became a Park on the Banks of the Eno River

So, while it’s true that nature would be better off without industry of any kind — whether at the level of the mill dam or the hydroelectric dam — there is nonetheless value in preserving modes of life that do less harm to the land while allowing human communities to exist in relative equilibrium. … More West Point on the Eno: The Mill That Became a Park on the Banks of the Eno River

Exploring Sister’s House, a Historic Cabin in the Woods at Eno River State Park

Surveying Sister’s House one last time, I found myself thinking of it not so much as creepy but charming. After all, I could easily imagine Mary Ann Cole, wearing her Sunday best, gathering daffodils with which to adorn her home or headed up the road to visit her brother Anthony. … More Exploring Sister’s House, a Historic Cabin in the Woods at Eno River State Park