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  1. Valhalla Shooting Club & Training Center With a loaded pistol in his holster, the stockbroker, while on vacation in southwestern Colorado, enters a forbidding city neighborhood, seeking a pair of...
  2. THE GIFT A model railroad with four iconic American trains from the golden age of railroading. A re-creation of landmarks, major cities, and stations on the trains’ routes from New York to Los...
  3. David McLay Kidd waves his hand toward the beach just beyond the dunes that border the 16th hole at Scotland’s Machrihanish Dunes. "When I was a child we would come down here in the summer, and I...
  4. Last Fourth of July weekend, 64-year-old Larry Saliterman took a spill on his mountain bike, got up, brushed himself off, and then hopped back on and continued riding. Unaware that he had injured...
  5. Yellowstone Club The morning after a huge storm has dumped 3 feet of feather-light powder across the Rocky Mountains, members and guests of the Yellowstone Club are leisurely sipping coffee and...
  6. Before there were video games and home theaters, playing cards and board games were the home entertainments of choice, and often, they were incorporated inside a piece of furniture known as a games...
  7. Built in 1986 to host the PGA Tour’s Tucson Open, the 18-hole Starr Pass Golf Course (800.503.2898, www.starrpasstucson.com ) proved a challenge even to the professionals. Its “difficult personality...
  8. Dalat Palace Golf ClubSketched by a French architect in 1922, the Dalat Palace Golf Club did not begin to take shape until a decade later, when the last emperor of Vietnam spurred the course’s...
  9. Porsche fans’ choice of transportation once was limited to sports cars, but in recent years the options expanded to include an SUV and a sedan. Now Porschephiles can pedal to their destinations...
  10. Etro has created a limited run of leather guitar cases with eclectic hand-tooled details inspired by charrería (Mexican rodeo), the national sport of Mexico. On one of his many trips to Mexico, Kean...

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