Barleyfield Farm Cottage

Address: 967 Marlboro Road, Stephens City, Virginia, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on 967 Marlboro Road, Stephens City.
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Travel Blogs from Stephens City

Ready for the Adventure!

A travel blog entry by htrude on Jun 23, 2015

It's hard to believe that we are leaving for Italy and Greece tomorrow! I am beyond excited for this trip and cannot wait for the adventure to begin. As excited as I am for the trip, I am not so excited about packing. For one who travels abroad frequently, you would think I would have no trouble packing; however I always procrastinate on packing. I have had things laid out for days, but ...

To the beginning of the Skyline Drive

A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 13, 2015

No pictures today. The remote to Go Pro died. The ride was generally nice. Started off cool in Ct. and I had to add a couple of layers. I rode 427 Miles today and stopped for lunch. Winchester VA begins the fun part of the ride. Skyline Drive to Roanoke Va. then I jump on I- 81 again to Wytheville VA. Trying Natty Greens English Style IPA from North Carolina. Not bad. More tomorrow and I promise I'll stop for pictures.

Caio ...

Dinosaur Land

A travel blog entry by kdoc93 on Jun 07, 2015

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... one that mentions when they lived, what they ate, and any interesting facts. It was a cute place that gave the dinosaurs a little more life-like feel than just a book.

Headed home from here with enough time to pick up the dog!!

Can't wait for our next adventure!
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1836. Living in a Log House in the 21st Century

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 03, 2014

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... first Europeans settled here.

It seems to be a feeling a segment of American culture still feels--this desire to still feel connected with our rugged pineer past. The feel that we could still rough it and live off the land...

Just a small village feel to the Main Street--but it still has that feel of the Main Street of ...

Ch…Ch…Ch…Changes

A travel blog entry by shanmoeck on Jul 18, 2012

... as if I have been stopped in my tracks. I am going to Change. Life is constant Change. Change, change, change. While I understand I have facilitated a lot of positive changes in my life, it is the unexpected changes that stick in my heart and were the hardest to endure. My marriage, my relationships, my earlier education. FAIL. All in the most epic ways possible. Heart shattered, mind crushed, hopelessly shattered beyond ...