Thank you! I’m not much of a photographer, but I get luck every now and then. I can’t wait to share the photos we have of our historic home! Please check back for the big reveal! They will take your breath away!
Thank you! Williamsburg is a bit commerical, but we still enjoy going and taking a breather. We are in the final stage of complete the contracts for the house and once we sign them, we can share the photos we have of it. Please check back for the big reveal! The house is very beautiful and historic!
Thank you! We are so excited to share this journey. This house has such a wonderful history and we can’t wait to reveal it once we have all the legal stuff out of the way! Thank you for adding me to your favorite links!
Spring in VA is so pretty! We lived in Fairfax County for awhile and one of my favorite activities was walking along the converted W and OD Trail when the air was soft and flowers were blooming! Thank you for finding my blog and liking my Easter post…otherwise I might not have had the pleasure of reading yours!
Thank you for stopping by ours! We can’t wait to really share this house when we finally get to reveal it. Just need to get through the legal stuff. Loved your blog! Can’t wait to read more! We love Virginia too. I’m from South Carolina and he is from Ohio. So Virginia is a happy in between!
The Spanish Moss was in Mansfield and New Orleans. We tried to bring some back here, but the birds took off with it before it could take hold. Wait until you see the architectural shots we have of the B&B! This house is something to see!
Thank you! I love taking pictures of flowers. I have some from Monticello a couple of years ago. Most of my pictures are of flowers and veggies from there. We are hoping to have that same beauty at our B&B.
Gosh – such an English garden! Love the 4th pic in – foxgloves and comfrey in the border. Had no idea VA was quite so like home. Comfrey grows wild here (I live in Transyvlania now) and I’ve brought over a foxglove and some oak seedlings to see if they will thrive here in the mountains.
Well Williamsburg started out as a British Colony so I am sure that they brought a lot of the feelings from home. Our grounds at our plantation is pretty much a clean canvas so we hope to be able to achieve that same feeling. Most of the grounds have over ground and be striped of all shurbs and flowers. I loved that Foxgloves too and have plans to add them somewhere on in our plan. I really like you bottle pictures too! I like how it reflex a bottle in the water making it look as if it is more than just one bottle. I guess you can say we are never alone.
Thats great! Our daughter is finishing up some of her general studies and is hoping to transfer to William and Mary soon. I had to go to their library for some research on this house. Really nice campus and I love the way they made it look “colonial”. Doesn’t hurt that it is close to Merchant Square either!