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There is a lovely coy pond in the backyard, filled with bright, green lilypads. From time to time pale pink and white lotus flowers will spring up out of the water, slowly opening up, revealing bursts of yellow.
The Virginia state slogan is “Virginia is for lovers.” I can’t vouch for the veracity of that, but I do know US 23 through Virginia is perhaps the loveliest stretch of road I have been on during the 8,000 miles I have traveled so far. 273 more words
I love stone steps, especially when they climb through the woods to a waterfall. Along with lighthouse stairs, the curving stairs on the hike to the Cascades near Blacksburg, Virginia, are among my favorite stairways. 100 more words