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Healing Cup of Tea

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Light of a Shenandoah Sun

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Your Barn Door is Open

This is no ordinary barn, folks. This barn survived the Civil War which (if you are not up on your history) is really saying something.View full post »

A Virginia Farm, Part Two

Farms, particularly Shenandoah Valley farms, have secrets tucked in corners and hidden away for the observant person to stumble upon andView full post »

Dayton Farmers Market & Cheese

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A Virginia Farm, Part One

Country roads wound through toy train villages and finally onto a gravel road which ended at a cheerful buttercream 220 year old farmhouseView full post »

Wonderland: Pilgrimage of the Heart

While watching my friend’s little girl lost in play, I couldn’t help but remember camping at Todd Lake (or Todd Puddle, as IView full post »

Pilgrimage of the Heart, Part Two

Sometimes I wonder what magic existed by the tranquil waters of Todd Puddle. Each time I brought a friend to camp or spend the day there,View full post »

A Ghost Story

Having grown up in Virginia, I heard many stories about houses which hosted ghosts of Civil War soldiers, slaves, star-crossed lovers,View full post »

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