Treasure hunting in historic Civil War country

Treasure hunting in historic Civil War country

We made a last-minute decision to go to the Shenandoah Valley this weekend for the annual “Yard Crawl” — 43 miles of yard sales and flea markets. The sales start in Winchester,Va., but the official starting point is Stephens City on old Rt. 11, and...
Vermont statue at Gettysburg features hatchet

Vermont statue at Gettysburg features hatchet

Can you see it? If you visit the Gettysburg Civil War Battlefield, make sure to look up at the 13th Regiment Vermont Volunteers monument located on the east side of Hancock Avenue. Though not real obvious, you might notice by the figure’s right foot...
Memorial Day tradition

Memorial Day tradition

World War I veteran at Evergreen. My sister and I had the privilege of helping once again place flags on the graves of veterans at Evergreen Cemetery in Gettysburg for Memorial Day. The cemetery has veterans from every war, including the Revolutionary War, War of...
A memorable weekend of horses & history

A memorable weekend of horses & history

Sunrise over Gettysburg. I’m back from another great weekend excursion that took me to the rolling hills of Virginia and included my two favorite things: Horses and History. On Saturday at a little before 6 a.m., I headed South, but slammed on my breaks and took...
Sharing a successful year with readers

Sharing a successful year with readers

Ruins of a church I visited last year inS.C. It was burned by the British duringthe Revolution, and by the Yankees during the American Civil War. Hard to believe that just one year ago this week I was in South Carolina launching my new novel Noble Cause. The...
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