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Serenity and nature in Virginia

Host Katherine Iacovelli says:

The land was marched across by Civil War soldiers on ther way to Gettysburg. They were on their way from Brandy Station to cross the Rappahannock River at Kelly's Ford. Much later there were horses in the fields, a well and spring were hand dug, a pond created and slowly buildings were built and expanded, but no barns as it was not really farmed. This meant no chemicals have been used on the land for over 60 years and perhaps ever. The plan is to keep it organic, but do something with it. Ideas are welcome. Relic hunters have found confederate bullets, a belt buckle and an early 1900 Ford logo.

Nearby Activities under 15 miles-

April: Gnarley Hops and Barely Fest- craft beer festival

May - October: Sundays Flying Circus stunt shows with Biplane rides offered

August: Hot Air Balloon Fest

September: Hop N Hop Block party- music and BBQ

October: Culpeper Air Fest, free, 2 miles, stunts and precision flying, WWII planes, Harrier Jet and more. 

Day Trips: Washington DC by car, Amtrack or catch the VRE in Manassas, Oatfields Plantation; Skyline Drive; Monticello; Mt Vernon; Williamsburg; Frederick, MD, Harper's Ferry, WV

Civil War Sites: Brandy Station and the Graffiti House, Wilderness, Chancellorsville, Cedar Mountain, Fredericksburg, Manassas, Ox Hill. Days trips to Harpers Ferry, Antietam or Frederick MD and the Civil War Medical Museum

Posted on: January 29, 2019 15:39
Zip code: 22718
Number of listings to be photographed: 3

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