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Doug Nabham’s Coming Here
Looking back on this summer brings one word to mind—HOT! Things started heating up in April with the warmest spring in a hundred years. And then summer came and the real heat arrived with high winds that sucked every drop of moisture out of plants.
10.22.2010The Fishing Line
Fall arrived in classic style with a flood tide and a harvest moon. Yes, the days are shorter but fishing has come on strong with the promise of a superb season ahead. Just as our children have all settled into their school routine, so too have the fish in our region.
10.22.2010Rivah paths less traveled
Most visitors to Rivah country come for the boating, fishing or the solitude of reading a book on the shore. An aspect of the area that seemingly gets little attention is the miles and miles of walking trails. See the Rivah Parks and Recreation directory on page 26 for more area trails.
10.06.2010Free ferries are an echo of the past
The Merry Point and Sunnybank car ferries carry their passengers on a time traveling trip into the history of the area. The Northern Neck vessels are the last two free powered, cable car ferries in the state and handle about 30,000 vehicles a year.