Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Virginia. #3 in my favorite. Pros and Cons
Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Virginia. #3 in my favorite.
Pros and Cons
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Start Your Virginia Outdoor Adventure
Take a break and enjoy all that Virginia's outdoors have to offer.
Virginia's outdoor adventure potential is limited only by your imagination and willingness to go farther and seek more. Trails for all activities, waterways for whatever floats you, and a sky that yields amazing views of sacred, historic grounds are only the beginning. Virginia.org/Outside
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Driving Scenic Route 11 in Shenandoah Valley Virginia
Driving I-81 at exit 257, and followed Rt. 11 north through New Market, Mt. Jackson, and stopped filming in Woodstock (all VA). Large sections of Rt. 11 are considered a scenic byway but think Rt. 40. Before the interstate, this was the highway, so there's some sprawl in little towns and sections of it run right through Staunton, Harrisonburg and Roanoke, making it very congested decidedly non-scenic. This part above (check out the google map of the area) runs right along this big mountain ridge so it's lovely.
Live Where You Love: The New River Valley
Welcome to the New River Valley! Nestled in beautiful southwest Virginia, The New River Valley comprises the counties of Montgomery (including the Towns of Blacksburg and Christiansburg) Pulaski, Floyd, Giles and the City of Radford. With a population just under 200,000, the NRV has seen substantial growth over the last few decades and continues to be one of the fastest growing areas in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The Town of Blacksburg serves as the New River Valley's hub. Consistently ranked among the country's best places to live, Blacksburg is also the home to Virginia Tech - Virginia's largest university and one of the nation's leading research institutions. From it's die-hard athletic fan base to it's growing Corporate Research Park, Virginia Tech's influence on the region is undeniable.
Residents of the New River Valley enjoy a range of cultural, sporting, and outdoor activities. On Saturdays in the Fall, over 60,000 college football fans descend on Lane Stadium to cheer on their beloved Hokies. If you are passionate for the outdoors, you can hike the Huckleberry Trail or enjoy miles of walking and biking trails in the surrounding Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountains. The New River, believed to be the second oldest river in the world, is ideal for boating, fishing, and swimming.
The New River Valley's growing technical community has helped to spur the region's economy. Ranked as having one of the Best Educated Technical Workforces, the New River Valley has seen an increase with both the research economy and entrepreneurial startups.
But even with it's growing tech community, the region still maintains a small town feel with historic Downtowns and a rich arts and culture scene that appeals to people looking for a slower pace of life.
Road Trip #377 - I-10 East - Louisiana Mile 0 to 25 (Vinton, Sulphur)
Road Trip #377 - I-10 East - Louisiana Mile 0 to 25 (Vinton, Sulphur)
The first 25 miles of Louisiana, we cross the Sabine River and enter Calcasieu Parish, passing through the town of Vinton and the city of Sulphur, finishing near the beginning of the I-210 Lake Charles Bypass.
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Virginia Safari Park - National Bridge drive-thru Zoo
Virginia Safari Park @ National Bridge. Drive-Thru Safari Adventure with tigers, elks, giraffes, elands, bison, buffaloes, peacocks and more...
History Made As Pulaski County Designated First Purple Heart County in Missouri
History Made As Pulaski County Designated First Purple Heart County in MO
Commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Department of Missouri, Everett Kelly made his third trip to Pulaski County in as many months on March 25, 2013 to present Pulaski County Commissioners with a plaque and flag recognizing the county as a Purple Heart County. Pulaski County is the first county in Missouri to receive this designation, joining in the states effort to honor those veterans who have been wounded or killed while in military service to our country. The declaration follows legislative action which made Missouri's entire sections of Interstate 44 and 70 a Purple Heart Trail.
A Purple Heart County is a community with great admiration and gratitude for the men and women who have served this country.
Commander Kelly, a two-time Purple Heart recipient, along with other Purple Heart recipients, a color guard, and Presiding Pulaski County Commissioner Gene Newkirk raised the County's Purple Heart flag above the courthouse.
Commander Kelly had previously journeyed to Pulaski County to designate the City of St. Robert and the City of Waynesville as Purple Heart Cities. St. Robert received its designation January 7, 2013, and sister city Waynesville, received its designation March 21, 2013.
The Purple Heart Trail was established in 1992 by the Military Order of the Purple Heart to be a symbolic trail throughout all 50 states to commemorate and honor all men and women who have been wounded or killed in combat while serving in the U.S. armed forces.
The Purple Heart Trail originates in Mount Vernon, Va., and traverses the United States to California.
The designation of both St. Robert and Waynesville as Purple Heart Cities, in addition to Pulaski County being recognized as a Purple Heart County, is another indicator of the prevalent patriotism that runs deep in Pulaski County USA.
Ft McAllister Historic site - Great Place to Visit!
Ft McAllister Historic Site - Great Place to Visit!
Located in Richmond Hill Georgia
Located south of Savannah on the banks of the Ogeechee River, this scenic park showcases the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy. The earthworks were attacked seven times by Union ironclads but did not fall until 1864 -- ending General William T. Sherman's March to the Sea.
Visitors can explore the grounds with cannons, a furnace, bombproof, barracks, palisades and more, while a Civil War museum contains artifacts, a video and gift shop.
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