Monthly Archives: November 2011

Will it be a Boy Scout Christmas Tree for Kamp Karen this year?

With the 2011 Thanksgiving quickly becoming a great memory, we’re discussing what to do for a Christmas tree this year at Kamp Karen.  I like red cedar tree usually cut from one of the local farms about two weeks before … Continue reading

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Kewick, Virginia 2011 Blessing of the Hounds

What are you doing Thanksgiving morning?  My father and I used to head up into the Blue Ridge Mountain on Thanksgiving morning to fly fish for trout.  This year after putting the turkey in the smoker, I’m heading to Grace … Continue reading

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Events for this weekend 11/18-20/2011

From Wednesday, Nov. 16 through Sunday, Nov. 20, the Friends of the Library will be holding their fall book sale at the Gordon Avenue Library.  Charlottesville remains a book town and I always find some great books at this sale.  … Continue reading

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Virginia Conservation Easement Options

When I studied Forestry and Wildlife Management at Virginia Tech concentrating in Environmental Conservation back in the late 70’s and early 80’s,  there were not many options for applying a land owners conservation beliefs to their land in perpetuity.  Now we’ve got … Continue reading

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Central Virginia Weekend Events 11/3-6/2011

The Fluvanna County Public Library  just west of Palmyra, Virginia holds its book sale starting Thursday 11/2 running through bargain day on Sunday 11/6.  Since we’re big book lovers, we plan to attend and stock up on some winter reading … Continue reading

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Central Virginia Grass Feed Beef for Sale

Karen and I support and recommend our local farmers!  Rob Harrison has been supplying us with local grass fed Black Angus beef for years.  Now he’s developed Foods for Thought, Inc. and increased his marketing and sales presence.  If you’re … Continue reading

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