Smith Island may be famous for its cakes, but it's becoming even more well known for its potentially bleak future.
The historic but nearly-forgotten Seneca Quarry provided the bright red sandstone for one of Washington's most famous buildings.
Volunteers recently dismantled a log cabin in western Maryland, and are rebuilding in the Shenandoah National Park.
With the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival just around the corner, we'll visit one of the most diverse collections of cherry trees in the United States.
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