Monthly Archives: July 2014

Just…gone

Right smack dab in the middle of Winchester, VA is this lovely place: The¬†Kernstown Battlefield, where two, count ’em, two separate battles were fought during the Civil War. Can you blame ’em? It’s a lovely place to run around and … Continue reading

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Watch them destroy my neighborhood

“Them” being the city council which, in a frenzied effort to make this a “walkable” city, decided to eliminate a park next to me (that once housed a 19th Century brick farmhouse and 100-year-old pecan trees), for a “commercial development.” … Continue reading

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What I Did This 4th of July

Because central planners have decided that a proper Fourth of July celebration requires herding the peasants into some town square for face painting, 10ks, and cornhole tournaments (cornhole? Seriously?) while awaiting government-sanctioned firework displays, I decided to¬†go do some real … Continue reading

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