Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Holiday Bazaar Craft Show

Visited the Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Holiday Bazaar Craft Show yesterday. Craft shows of almost any type are always fun and inspiring, but local shows have the added benefit of keeping money within the community.

I believe there were 50 or so vendors. Most booths appeared to include handcrafted-by-the vendor items. There were a few […]

Shenandoah Uncorked

A friend came out from the city, and we spent some time at Shenandoah Uncorked. It’s an opportunity to meet some local businesses, a few far-away businesses, as well as taste some local wines. Neither of us were in the wine mood, but we still enjoyed the food! J & L Green Farms cooked some […]

Wetlands Trading Company

Wetlands Trading Company

When my friend Jackie said she was taking me to “The Wetlands,” I thought I was going to see a swampy area of the Shenandoah. (I’m a nature gal, so that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, mind you.) Instead, I was thrilled when we ended up at Wetlands Trading Company, […]

Deauville Fallow Deer Farm – Buying Local

Saturday a Shenandoah Valley friend took me to Deauville Fallow Deer Farm, just a few miles down the road in Basye. Gail Rose, the owner, is a wonderful lady who took the time to walk us around her greenhouse, pick-your-own gardens, the chicken coop, and the deer herd.

fallow deer

Gail is an […]

Edinburg Ole Time Festival

old time festival sign

Had a nice time walking around town during Edinburg’s Ole Time Festival. We watched part of the tractor/high-school band/horses/military parade, and ended the day with subs at Sal’s.

soldier band

period soldiers

period dress

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