Since colonial times, this place was considered to be any place in the new world that was not yet inhabited and beyond the reach of the Europeans.
Turtle Island Preserve
This place is a 1,000-acre nature preserve owned by Conway, located eight miles outside of Boone, North Carolina.
This is one of the last pieces of wilderness, chosen by the author to reinvent herself as a cowgirl.
New York City
This place was the home to author Elizabeth Gilbert and the city in which she met Eustace Conway for the first time.
Gastonia, North Carolina
This is the small city where Eustace Conway was born and raised.
Boone, North Carolina
This place is the home to 1,000-acre Conway's Turtle Island Preserve.
This is a small natural history museum located in Gastonia, North Carolina.
Asheville, North Carolina
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