Shenandoah Valley, River, and Town in western Virginia.
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Shenandoah Valley Virginia
Backpacking, camping, wildlife, waterfalls, an more. Come and enjoy. 360 degree vies from Bear Mountain. If you don't see what you're looking for we'll be back on June 5th
American Forum: The President's First Year: Part 7: Healing America
SPECIAL SERIES Historians DOUGLAS BLACKMON and RUSSELL RILEY on President Trump's promise to heal the nation's racial divide.
Skyline Ranch Resort Front Royal VA, Shenandoah Valley
Todd Lake, Va. 11/5/12 1of 2
A sweeping shot of Todd Lake recreation area near Stokesville Va. in the late afternoon of an early November day. The mountains in the distance are near the border with West Virginia and are covered with snow from hurricane Sandy.
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Para después llevarlos a la bodega Y ser contados uno por uno y hacer bolsas que equivalgan a 1000 Pinos, Alejandro, Bartolo,Chepe,Melqui, Miguel, Paco
Virginia Farming: FFA History
Did you know that the National FFA was modeled after the Future Farmers of Virginia? Dr. Larry Case, a long-time leader of the National FFA organization, along with Jesse Martin Chairman of the Virginia FFA Foundation talk about the roots of FFA and how it all got started in Weyers Cave, Virginia. We also have a report this week about Christmas tree production. Plus, some tips on acquiring new tools for the vegetable garden.
Shenandoah Valley Road Trip - Vlog Day #2
FoamHenge. One of the seven wonders of the natural world. Spitting camels. Horny goats. Bitchy, food-stealing llamas. What more could one want?
Join us on our FinstAdventures through the Shenandoah Valley on the way to our dear friend Anne's wedding in Greenville, SC.
SVRT DAY 1:
'Life of Riley', 'Rhinoceros', and 'Plaint' - by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Living in Virginia: Slow Train
This special explores the relationship between the railroad and residents of the Shenandoah Valley in the twentieth century, with a few flashbacks to the nineteenth century. Residents and railroad employees describe their deep connection with and daily dependence upon the railroad as it connected mountain communities to the Shenandoah Valley. For the rural resident, the railroad became a friend that brought communication, commerce and transportation. Personal experiences, archival documents, film and video, slides, photographs, posters, and artifacts chronicle the history of railroad development in Winchester, Harrisonburg, Staunton, Charlottesville, Lexington, Clifton Forge, Elkton, Luray and Swoope.
Virginia Farming: Teacher of the Year
This week we sit down and talk with Virginia's Teacher of the Year to explore why agriculture is important in the classroom. We'll also explore the topic of business development and how to get a grant for an agricultural enterprise