Inn at Westwood Farm
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... is fantastic. We hiked the Rose Loop trail, a 4.6 Mile fun hike. When we started the hike we ran into a couple deer that seemed pretty chill and didn’t mind us getting close and taking some pictures. We thought it was pretty amazing but later realized that the park was filled with deer everywhere and they were used to people. The hike wasn’t too hard but it felt nice to get back ...
premises and is one of the largest operations in Virginia. It’s a bit snooty
and clearly very popular. It was mobbed on what was likely the most beautiful
October Saturday of the season. It was one of those situations when you have to
fight your way to the counter and push others aside or else you won’t get any
as the pretentious people with more money than brains monopolize the pourers’
time with their silly chatter; the ...
... as the “Locavore Capital of America” for its farmers markets and large number of fine restaurants using locally-sourced ingredients, possible because of the wide variety of crops grown in Central Virginia.
Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s self-designed hilltop home is the best known site in the area. The house is classical Roman, incorporates the five classical architectural orders, and is completely symmetrical, and inspired by ...
... found a pull-through spot in the trees at Shenandoah Hills for one night. We will watch the Giants game live over the air because we can't get satellite reception here in the forest. Fall colors are a little past full but still nice. We were able to stop several time on overlooks to take some pix with iPhone and I shot some HDR pix with my canon camera. Check them ...
... Piedmont area. The family home that James Madison's grandfather resided in was called Mount Pleasant. The home and land was passed down to James Madison's father, James Sr.
James Sr. would marry Nelly Conway in 1749. In March of 1751 James Madison Jr would be born. He would be the oldest of 12 children - 7 of whom lived to adulthood. As the family grew a need for a larger home was created. James Sr. ...