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Geocaching: High tech scavenger hunt
Scavenger hunting has gone high-tech—it’s now called geocaching (pronounced gee-o-cash-ing). And it’s no longer scavenger—it’s treasure hunting—using longitude and latitude to search for “caches” hidden or placed in plain sight in both remote and highly visible areas.
05.29.2010Biting Back: Harvesting softshell crabs
At first glance for the uninitiated, eating a soft crab can be an intimidating endeavor. A normal blue crab has a hard shell and two formidable pinching claws that can inflict quite a bit of damage to the unwary.
05.29.2010Welcome to Montross
There’s a dogleg turn in the middle of Montross that forces motorists on King’s Highway to slow down, in fact nearly stop, in the middle of the quaint Northern Neck town. Otherwise, folks might zoom on through the county seat of Westmoreland County, which has a total area of only 1.0 square mile and just over 300 residents.
05.29.2010Indulge at The White Dog Inn
The Van Cliefs opened The White Dog Inn in the summer of 2009. Located in historic Mathews Court House, the inn has enjoyed a rapid rise in popularity throughout the Middle Peninsula, Northern Neck and beyond.
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