Wine in the garden is a winning combination - from warm spring afternoons until the last bright days of fall. Add a drive on country roads to “shop local” for what you need to lounge and sip in your own backyard and the magic of that moment is complete.
Greene County Pennsylvania has an incredible abundance of wildlife and untouched woodland areas that can make for an exceptionally peaceful escape from the modern world. The rural landscape is scarcely marred by large towns, traffic and the chaos of modern life. This is a place to relax.
With the efforts of a group of intrepid volunteers, Greene County’s only canoe/kayak launch on the Mon has been restored and strengthened in Greensboro. Its name - Potters Landing - is a nod to the pottery that once made this old river town famous.
It’s quiet down on South Richhill Street, where the train tracks encounter South Fork Ten Mile Creek in Waynesburg, and that is what makes the location so appropriate for Jennifer Adamson and her partners at Kiln to Table. The newly-inaugurated restaurant, which opened its doors on Oct. 23, might be out of sight for those passing by High Street, but that is part of the charm. The mostly silent surroundings provide customers with a space to work, study or even just enjoy a meal in a peaceful environment.