This is Fredericksburg, Virginia
A great place to live, work, play and visit.
Hiking Featherfin Wildlife Management Area in Buckingham and Prince Edward Counties,Virginia
I am exploring the interior of the Featherfin Wildlife Management Area located in central Virginia west of the town of Farmville.
Washington- Virginia Trip
Washington- Virginia Trip
Potomac River - Tea Party Guide to Washington DC
8 (More) Paddle Spots In Virginia You Can't Miss
Virginia has everything from leisurely float-worthy waterways all the way up to pretty serious whitewater.
Find more about these and other great paddling spots in Virginia at
LAKE ANNA STATE PARK TRAIL HIKE!
HIKING LAKE ANNA'S lake front trails... unbelievable SCENIC HIKE along the lake shore in Spotsylvania, Virginia. Lake Anna State Park offers over 13 miles of trails, a white sandy beach, a nice campground and cabins for rent. Within 2 hour drive of the Washington DC Area. This makes for the ideal day or weekend outing. Trails of varying degrees of difficulty and length. Gold mines and old rail beds. Horse trails are available for equestrian outings.
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Live Where You Love: Commuting From Fredericksburg To DC
Most of the Fredericksburg area's residents work outside the Fredericksburg area. Located just an hour north of Richmond and an hour south of Washington DC, Fredericksburg is a central point for many job seekers to call home. Boasting DC loan program lending amount limits, less expensive housing options, and a slower pace of life, Fredericksburg has become the last bedroom community of Washington DC. With several commuting options, many residents see the 1 -2 hour commute times during the week well worth it for the quality of life on the weekends.
Blue Rock Inn in Washington, Virginia
The Blue Rock is a classic country inn located on eighty rolling acres, in picturesque Rappahannock County, Virginia. The building itself is an enchanting turn of the century converted farmhouse with three dining areas, a pub and four guest rooms. With 360 degree breathtaking views, you have the choice to relax on the patio, in the bar or enjoy the cozy dining room while tasting innovative dishes created by Chef Devin Bozkaya.
Tornado Storm Damage in Tappahannock Essex County Virginia: Nature's Fury
Around 6:45-7:00pm on Feb. 24, 2016, a severe storm hit the town of Tappahannock and Essex County, located on the Middle Peninsula in the eastern Tidewater area of Virginia. The fast moving storm was heading from southwest to northeast at about 55mph, and brought high winds, hail, and heavy rain to the area. The storm also contained a suspected tornado, and radar indicated a strong rotation moved over an area locally known as Desha, just on the outskirts of Tappahannock. The possible tornado moved over a ridge and went up Mount Landing Creek and crossed the Rappahannock River.
30+ structures were damaged and 15 buildings were completely destroyed on Desha Road and Mount Landing Road. State Police had those roads closed to all but emergency traffic. Upon hearing that the tornado went up Mount Landing Creek, I went out to check on my favorite local spot, the Hutchinson Unit of the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge took a direct hit from the rotational storm and sustained heavy damage. The entrance to the refuge was blocked by downed power lines. This slideshow shows some of the damage at the refuge as well as a private neighborhood that lies between the refuge and the Rappahannock River.
These photos do not show the hardest hit areas. They also do not show the magnitude of the destruction of the Wildlife Refuge.
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Town of Warsaw, VA
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67 Sturman Lane
Warsaw, VA 22572
$349,500, 4 bed, 2.5 bath, 2,706 SF, MLS# 89461
This home was designed by Architect Donald Gardner and was constructed in 2006. Located in the Town of Warsaw, it is convenient to all of the town amenities as well as nearby hospitals, boat landings, and more. The home is impressive both inside and out. The focal point of the home is the huge great-room which includes a state-of-the-art kitchen, tall ceilings, and Brazilian Eucalyptus floors.
B. Jason Patton, UNITED COUNTRY-BAY RIVER REALTY
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