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True ghost stories of the Northern Neck
There will be skeptics who laugh at tales of the paranormal and give reason to the unexplainable. But to truly encounter a spirit, says one contributor, one must possess a fair amount of imagination.
10.01.2008Chart a course antiquing at the Rivah
Autumn and winter are some of the best times to enjoy the Rivah. Quiet weekends become more about lazing around reading a book, sampling those restaurants that were too crowded in the summer, and veering off the beaten path to explore some of the Rivah’s more eclectic offerings.
A 2006 report compiled by the Virginia Department of Agriculture estimates that some 7,000 horses reside in the Chesapeake Bay region of Virginia, tucked away among the area’s creeks and rivers. That’s small beans compared to the Loudoun and Fauquier counties of the world, but in a region where 10,000 people make up a county, it’s a lot of horses.
08.26.2008Take a gamble across the state line
In 1632, a land grant by King Charles I gave Lord Baltimore the area that would become Maryland. More importantly, the grant included about 40 miles of the entire Potomac River, so the border of Maryland and Virginia is not in the center of the river but at the mean low water mark on the Virginia shore.
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