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... and northern Virginia, as we headed further south, it got lighter and lighter and soon was only visible high up on mountain peaks. Near Natural Bridge, we got off the highway and headed towards the James River Face Wilderness in Jefferson National Forest. We were planning a hike to Devil’s Marbleyard to break up the long drive. The small ...
... African-American writer and educator. Honestly, though, there’s not much there other than a few reconstructed slave cabins and barns and it was too gorgeous of a day to spend any time watching a film in the small visitor center.
The drive on route 40 from Ferrum to Woolwine was one of most wonderful in the East, 25 miles that took well over an hour on some of most winding road, over steep hills, and through remote feeling scenery. It ...
... back to childhood and makes a new friend of Otis (or was it Oscar?) and reveals to all that she wants to be reincarnated as an otter;
2) Jeanne looks and feels great;
3) Being silly, Jane falls down in kitchen and hurts bum (good thing that was all!),
4) Sue, Karen and Jane make it to the top of Peaks of Otter;
5) "Aflac" entertains everyone along with drying chicken feet;
6) and dead animals on the walls.
... correct manners and high class Southern accents. The reality is probably that there are as many rednecks, hicks, and hillbillies in Virginia as elsewhere in the South. But I hang on to my ideal….
The Shenandoah Valley is Virginia’s part of The Great Valley that runs between the Blue Ridge to the east and the first ridge of the Alleghenies to the west from about New Jersey to Tennessee. In Virginia the valley is drained by two forks of the river of the same ...
... to the ministry, and while attending seminary he heard the pleas of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for clergy to get more involved in the Civil Rights Movement. While participating in Civil Rights demonstrations in Alabama, Daniels was killed trying to protect two black teenagers from a man with a shotgun. This courtyard on the VMI campus is dedicated to him.