Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Fall Festivals


IT'S A DAY TRIP

It’s time to get on the roads and the paths in order to enjoy the beauty of fall. The leaves are starting to change and I can see them from Richmond. So many events are scheduled in the mountains to celebrate autumn. The tractors are out in full force pricking their way down the road at twelve miles an hour to catch the harvest before the first frost so be careful. Take your time and enjoy what you are seeing, smelling, tasting, and hearing. So, if you are looking for a way to keep track of all the upcoming events and festivals of our breathtaking mountain fall then I just found a link that will make your life so much easier. Click on a Virginia State Webpage here and browse events from Danville, Staunton, Chesapeake and so on. The events are listed on the right side with next closest date. This is such a great reference site for those of you who spend most of your fall experiences outside wandering around.

Werbsite here


IF YOU KNOW OF ANYTHING GOOD COMING UP LET US KNOW. POST IT


Another great source is an artile at Roanoke.com by Neil Harvey

4 comments:

Our Goblin Market said...

Check out the Meadowview VA Apple Butter Festival going on Oct 21 in Meadowview Town Square.

Anonymous said...

this blog is great! thanks! if you can, please post more info on the "different" flags.

J. Michael Mason said...

Blue Ridge County (the magazine) has a nice on-line tool to find festivals and events, by state and date.

Click here

kayakdave said...

Oglebay Park at Wheeling, WV has a light show in winter that is spectacular. Better when snow covers ground. If you are in the area have a look. Check web for opening and closing days.