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Holiday Decorations in Colonial Williamsburg This Colonial Williamsburg wreath includes pages from the Virginia Gazette, the colonial newspaper and pipes to enjoy while reading the newspaper by candlelight. All of the holiday decorations use natural materials. Dolores and I visited the area over ...
18 Top Agents Join RE/MAX Realty Group in the Last 30 Days! The Best Agents Keep Coming to Realty Group! Have You Ever Wondered Why? RE/MAX Realty Group announced that it added 18 top agents in the last 30 days. The company, which celebrated its 25th anniversary on November 6, is home to more ...
Distracted Driving Month Kentlands Neighborhood Watch James Hubbard firstname.lastname@example.org December is "Distracted Driving" month. Below you will find information provided by the National Crime Prevention Council. Please pass this in to your friends, family and fellow neighbors. Highway Safety for ...
Holiday Decorations in Colonial Williamsburg One of the pleasures of visiting Colonial Williamsburg during the holiday season is seeing all of the decorations in natural materials. Those that enjoy making their own decorations will be inspired by the traditional themes that always delight the ey...
Autumn Flowers in Colonial Williamsburg Dolores and I spent a five day Thanksgiving weekend in Colonial Williamsburg. One of the first places we visited was the historic Powell House and grounds. Flowers were still blooming in the gardens. The holiday season is a wonderful time to visit Colonia...
Colonial Williamsburg Kitchen and Garden Dolores and I always enjoy visits to Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. The Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday periods are a wonderful time to visit because all of the decorations are on display. These pictures were taken on Thanksgiving day when many of o...
Comfort FoodSacramento real estate professional Myrl Jeffcoat recommends a favorite recipe for the chilly days of the season. Give the Meatballs in Beer a try and let us know if you enjoy the dish. Thanks to Myrl for her suggestion.Dahlia photograph by Roy Kelley.Roy and Dolores Kelley Photograp...
DeletedGaithersburg Pink Dahlia in Kentlands. Photograph by Roy Kelley.Roy and Dolores Kelley Photographs
Perfect for a Christmas CardI always enjoy great photographs and this beautiful shot by our friend John McCormack is one of the best that I have seen this morning. Thanks, John, for sharing the beauty of nature.Enjoy the holiday season and the local events that add so much to the quality of life...
Nankin Bantams at Colonial Williamsburg Nankin Bantams, miniature fowl, are part of the poultry population at Colonial Williamsburg. “The chickens seen in the poultry houses and runs around the Historic Area represent breeds that could have been in Williamsburg during the eighteenth century. Whil...