Tags » Staunton

The Vicious State of Politics...Then: Ed Ayers on Heartlands-part 1 of 3

Edward Ayers is not only one of the nation’s preeminent interpreters of American History, he is a consummate storyteller and educator.  Ayers is the Tucker Boatwright Professor of the Humanities and president emeritus at the University of Richmond.   1,018 more words


Gluten-Free Eating in Staunton

Continuing on with our series of celiac-safe travel guides, we’ve picked a diamond in the rough for celiac eating, Staunton, Va. If you’ve ever been to this small gem of a town, you probably think I’ve lost my mind; there can’t possibly be celiac-safe food in that tiny place. 583 more words

Celiac Disease

MARCH and First Quarter 2018 - Real Estate Market Recap: Augusta County, Staunton & Waynesboro


The number of sales hit an all-time high in 2005, with a total of 1598 closed transactions and a low in 2010, with 935. 426 more words


Virginia Flaggers Erect Over I-64

IN THE MIDDLE OF A GODDAMN FIELD IN LOUISA, Va. — Members of the Virginia Flaggers stood at rigid attention and gave a full salute as a large Confederate flag was raised to flap in the breeze over Interstate 64 in Louisa County. 403 more words

Blue Ridge

Staunton, Virginia....WOW!

For eight years, on my snowbird travels to and from Florida I  passed Staunton, Virginia on Interstate 81 and thought that someday I should visit the Woodrow Wilson Library. 226 more words


Travel #7: Staunton, Virginia

Taken on a warm March afternoon, this is the train station’s sign for Staunton. A simple piece of wood circa-1902 with the words, “Staunton, Virginia. Altitude 1395 feet”. 900 more words



So, after many years posting photos to Flickr, I started an instagram in 2018. I’ve been going back and selecting shots from Flickr and using them as “latergrams” – as well as shooting new stuff. 134 more words