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Neer Lane

December 3, 2013 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on Neer Lane

No, not much happens out here – as far as I can tell; and it’s not very conveniently located for easy access during your commute from home to work. And, no – this spot’s probably not the most exciting intersection of latitude and longitude that you’ll ever (or never) visit, and even if you grow to love it dearly (as I have) you’ll probably never hang around for very long at any one time. Having said all this (probably at least partially to discourage the less intrepid traveler), I’ve come to realize that I always feel awfully good whenever I come to this little, neglected dirt road called Neer Lane.

And, the sardonic in me often asks: “So, just where is Neer?” Well, Neer’s nowhere special – but it is in a very specific spot – out in Western Loudoun, of course – just off Cider Mill Road, south of Harpers Ferry Road on the frontier side of Hillsboro. And that’s enough information for anyone with the least bit of adventurousness in their system. But – there’re no whitewater rapids to test your kayaking skills, no hiking trails to exhaust your overspilling energies, not even much of a roadway itself to exercise your driving ability. … Continue Reading

Meadow Hill

I’m not sure if I heard about these guys first, or if I saw them first and then talked about ‘em, but it’s one of the early recollections of my discovery of what I thought was really cool about Leesburg. And, mind you, there were, and still are, a lot of really intriguing things about this Town – but this made quite a deep and lasting impression on me.

Now – you may recall how fond I am of animals: wild critters, pampered pets or good old fashioned farm animals. And that’s (the latter, that is) what these characters are – and they’re right smack dab (pretty much) in the center of the Historic County Seat of Loudoun. Anyone who’s driven into Town from West Market or taken Dry Mill Road toward the western edge of downtown has passed by the cow pasture across from the familiar 7-11. … Continue Reading

Foxcroft Road

October 2, 2013 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on Foxcroft Road

People don’t talk much about this one – it doesn’t slip off the tongue like Snickersville Turnpike or Harpers Ferry Road – or even John Mosby Highway – and it doesn’t serve as a major conduit between big population centers, like Sycolin Road or Claiborne Parkway or Sterling Boulevard. But it’s a nice drive on a Sunday afternoon – or just about anytime you’d like to see some inspiring, expansive vistas and feel some G-Forces as you make the tight turns on this twisty, two-lane blacktop. No, I haven’t read any rhapsodies of this one on any internet blogs or in any newspaper articles – not recently, anyway – or in any of the local travel brochures. And I’m sure most of the people in Middleburg and Unison are OK with that – as well as those sprinkled along the way on the 6 miles or so of windy, hilly and narrow Rt. 626 – Foxcroft Road.

It takes you right by the famed Salamander Inn – as well as the venerated Foxcroft School – and very impressive estates and farms devoted to equine pursuits and beef production. You also travel through some of the more active Civil War history country in Loudoun- with Unison and Middleburg each boasting tales of skirmishes between the Blue and Grey.

Oh, and – ever heard of Leithtown – otherwise known as Pot House? … Continue Reading

Just Like Nothing (Else) On Earth: Lime Kiln Road

July 2, 2013 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on Just Like Nothing (Else) On Earth: Lime Kiln Road

There’s a little two-lane blacktop road that runs to the west from Route 15 (just south of Oatlands Plantation) to Snickersville Turnpike; this probably sounds picturesque enough already; the real kicker – for me – is, that it snakes right along the Goose Creek flood plain for much of its length. I guess that’s what makes it kind of unique for Loudoun County: it’s very windy, (with a long I, that is) but not really hilly. Now, I love our curvy mountain roads with their ups and downs and twists and turns as much as anybody, but I must admit that I find a particular relaxation about the gentle sweeps along Route 733 – otherwise known as Lime Kiln Road.

Part of that comfort level – I’m sure – comes from the nearly constant ‘companionship’ of Goose Creek; its waters offer a reassuring sense of close contact with the earth’s elements. I’ve stated before that I find a very ancient form of power at work here (with moving water, that is); it generally has a healing – almost regenerative, effect on me. Makes me just a bit jealous of the folks who enjoy life from the homes adjacent to the Goose, but I can still access the energy from a quick visit. … Continue Reading

The Stony Point Ruins

There’s a run-down, neglected, dark-reddish little stone structure out in Western Loudoun that gets to me every time I pass by; it doesn’t matter whether I’m in a hurry or taking my time, if it’s a sunny day or a blustery snowstorm, if it’s just after dawn or the middle of the afternoon, or if it’s spring, summer, fall or winter. I always imagine that there’s a hush about the spot – almost a vortex of peace and silence – a location suitable for quiet contemplation and solitude – or companionship only of the deepest empathy.

Now, mind you, I’ve never had the opportunity to stop and walk about this ground or examine the decaying shelter standing just off the roadside. I’m also aware that this county’s got numerous other historic buildings – many in various states of disrepair that try their best to tell their tales of time gone backward. No, I’ve never explored here, in the physical sense – and I probably will never get the chance to give my special little place a closer look than I get in just passing by on the legal right of way; it’s private property, and, since I expect people to respect mine, I do the same for theirs. … Continue Reading

Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth: Robin Circle

April 3, 2013 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth: Robin Circle

Have you ever dreamt of a place without actually seeing it – and then found it in ‘real’ life? Well, my sleeping visions have been focusing – for some time – on what my heart and soul would describe as a ‘home.’ Not just any home, mind you; these are big, sprawling places with lots of surrounding greenery and enough land to offer the kind of seclusion and space that my subconscious evidently feels I need.

Now, the houses along Robin Circle – just south of Leesburg – don’t fit exactly into my nightly structural conjurations (nothing in this world really does!)– but some of them would be a great place in which to start. Elaborate, unique, architectural designs for each structure – with most of the dwellings placed in shady yards full of mature trees – set back far enough from the roadway for my tastes – the whole package answered a lot of my soul’s requirements for satisfaction the first time I happened upon this little, unobtrusive neighborhood. Hey, I could get to like it out here. … Continue Reading

The Place of the Long-Hair Cows

March 6, 2013 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on The Place of the Long-Hair Cows

It’s those cows. They just seem so appropriate in this place – sorta like the yaks of the Himalayas – those shaggy critters used to lug supplies up and down the dizzying inclines. Well, these guys have it a little easier – from what I can see – until their conversion into table products, anyway. Nice, lean beef on the hoof …

Oh, and, yeah – I know there are several places in Loudoun County where you can see these things – Highland cattle, I mean – originally bred along the cold, windy slopes of Scotland’s high ground and Western Isles. That memorable day I visited, the low-sweeping clouds of a spent tropical storm made it all the more fitting – as if this local herd and their stumbly patch of earth had risen to meet the weather. And, like a lot of other mountaineers I’ve come across, they don’t really have a lot to say: they seem content just to BE – too busy living their lives to spend too much time on commentary and self-analysis. Cow gurus, as it were. Well, like I say, they’re not in a bad spot; I could sure think of lots of worse places to plod out an existence – on which many of us two-leggers actually do – to my way of thinking. … Continue Reading

Middleburg

I never thought I’d be doing this, but I really need to issue a formal apology here. I am very sorry, Middleburg. Yeah- you heard right; I feel I’d been neglecting one of our most charming places in the County (heck, one of the most charming little Towns in America, when you come right down to it).

You see, I’m very good at excuses, if you hadn’t already noticed. I can come up with an absolutely iron-clad explanation for having failed to perform some of the most painless tasks; but, on the other hand, I’m probably even better at apologizing. “Take responsibility!” I often say, and I’ll stand by my words on this one. It’s my own fault for not having answered the call of Middleburg’s many offerings over the past couple of years in this column- but no more. No, sir.

So, I grabbed the bull by the horns early one morning, camera and coffee in hand, and I made my touristic way down to the fabled center of the ‘Hunt Country’ in Loudoun’s southwest corner. … Continue Reading

Harpers Ferry Road

January 9, 2013 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on Harpers Ferry Road

If there’s a place in Loudoun County where the term ‘desolate’ could apply, my choice would be some of the spots along Harpers Ferry Road – and I mean this with no sense of disrespect; it’s sparsely populated, and simply runs the gauntlet-esque valley from Charles Town Pike in the south up to Route 340 in the North.

I know, I know, there are lots of other adjectives one could choose to describe this two-lane blacktop and its surroundings: beautiful, for sure- expansive, no doubt – green, except in the dead of winter – wild, for the most part – and, depending on your luck with the traffic, just a bit dangerous.

This last term may come as a bit of a surprise, but – having driven this stretch countless times in the line of duty – I can attest to the number of blind curves and crossings – and the exceptional hurry in which I’ve found some of its travelers. At least a good number of ‘em are NOT out there for the scenery. Except to get through it. … Continue Reading

Algonkian

December 5, 2012 Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on Algonkian

Mist, shadow, woods and water. And deer. Lots of deer: that’s my list of first impressions of what was – to me – one of the hidden gems in the eastern part of Loudoun County.

You see, I’d never actually been inside Algonkian Regional Park before; I’d driven right past lots of times, and I’d made mental notes to ‘go back and really spend some time there, ‘but, like lots of our best intentions, it’d long gone by the wayside. “I didn’t have time,” would’ve been my excuse.

You believe me,right? … Continue Reading

Bluemont Winery

November 7, 2012 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on Bluemont Winery

“You feel like you’re on top of the world!” It may not be Mount Everest, but there’s a certain winery on the western edge of Loudoun County where you can get some literally breathtaking views; I’ve heard that you can even spy the Washington Monument (on a clear day) from up there. I couldn’t see it on my visit – but I’m pretty sure I saw all the way to the taller buildings at Tyson’s Corner and beyond. And – pretty much everything in between: Round Hill, Purcellville, Leesburg, Dulles Airport – you name it.

I must admit I get a real kick out of these ‘vantage point’ experiences; this one’s really worth it – even if you’re like me- not much of a fine wine connoisseur. (My computer just reminded me that I couldn’t even spell that word. Not surprised.) Some of the vintners in these parts can do some pretty fancy stuff with grape juice, though: I’ve had some really delicious pear dessert wine in the northeastern part of the County, a number of great rose’s out in the west, and even (what I’d call) some ‘drinkable’ reds from some of our better ‘fruit engineers.’ … Continue Reading

All of the Barnyard

October 3, 2012 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on All of the Barnyard

Stately, tree-lined side streets, unique shopping destinations, cultural events the year-round, comprehensive government services at your fingertips, multiple worthwhile dining choices, historic architecture galore, unending stories from the far (and more recent) past, and more atmosphere than most big-budget movie sets. I’ve often said that you couldn’t blow off a scattergun in downtown Leesburg without hitting a lawyer or two, but there’s so much more to this one-of-a-kind place than its plethora of private and public legal offices – most within a stone’s throw of the historic courthouse square. The core of this little Town has so much charm that you could live here several lifetimes and still feel like a tourist in your own backyard. The word ‘special’ falls dramatically short in describing the inner quadrant of the Loudoun County Seat. … Continue Reading

Bluemont

Fog-shrouded hillsides, historic landmarks, roads built upon ski-slope grades, and a peaceful calm seldom found in most of our 21st Century Loudoun County: all this- – just a few seconds away from the high-velocity traffic of Route Seven. I imagine that if there’s a perfect spot in which to read a spooky novel (my choice would be Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) in these parts- you could do far worse than a little crows-nest bedroom in one of the houses perched on the ladder-like geography of Bluemont. … Continue Reading


 

 

 

 

Columns

Charles Murray’s Middlebury Melee

“Earthrise”, photo taken from Apollo 8 by Bill Anders on Christmas Eve, December 24, 1968. By Tony Noerpel On March 2, 2017, the appearance of Charles Murray at Middlebury College in Vermont caused a small riot [1]. The media blamed …

Earth System and Paleoclimate Change

In a new paper Owen Gaffney and Will Steffen [1], present a high order abstraction of the Earth System, E, in the form This is fine as an abstraction and shows the subsystems which impact the Earth System. The authors …

Famous Estate Blunders and How To Avoid Them

These celebrities’ tales are a strong reminder to review your estate plan before it’s too late. There’s a calm comfort that comes with estate planning: a sense that your family will be taken care of after you pass away (hopefully …

Fidget Gear, Good or Bad?

What do you think about the new fidget cubes and fidget spinners, and do they really help kids with ADHD? They’re making their way around our neighborhood, but I couldn’t find any good studies out there on either of the …

A Community Together: The Ten-Year Remembrance of 4/16/2007

Time moves forward, whether we are ready to move on or not. It’s been ten years since the massacre that shocked America. I’m talking about the event that started a standard of condolences from the president, tears and prayers from …

Soul Lost in Translation

“Greed, for lack of a better word, is good,” Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) tells us in the 1987 movie Wall Street. The newly released book, Black Edge: Inside Information, Dirty Money, and the Quest to Bring Down the Most Wanted …

Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth: North Fork Road

It’s difficult to be in a hurry when all the surrounding geography seems to encourage thoughtful, relaxing contemplation – maybe even a meditative cat nap thrown in for good measure; now – turn your TV off and take the music …

Student News

Congratulations, Class of 2016

6 Jul 2016

Woodgrove High School’s Class Of 2016 Graduation – By Amanda Clark On June 16, Woodgrove’s Class of 2016 was the 5th graduating class to walk the stage and accept their diploma. The ceremony was filled with anticipation as the chorus, …

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Buckland Earns Degree In Medicine

6 Jul 2016

Molly Buckland, D.O., graduated from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine with a degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine on May 28. While at WVSOM, Dr. Buckland received the Dr. Roland P. Sharp President’s Award and the James R. …

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Adams Promoted To Lieutenant

6 Jul 2016

Lt. James Adams, from Sterling and a Potomac Falls Halls Graduate, earned the promotion to the rank of Lieutenant. Adams is a Navy Week and Executive Outreach Planner for the Navy Office of Community Outreach in Millington, Tennessee. U.S. Navy …

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CA$H Bingo

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Nebbiolo Vertical Tasting

Nebbiolo Vertical Tasting

Notaviva Vineyards - Bluegrass Jam - FREE event

Notaviva Vineyards - Bluegrass Jam - FREE event

Old Time Country Ham and Turkey Dinner

Old Time Country Ham and Turkey Dinner
April 2, 2017

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”Homage to Mother Earth”

GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: Readers Theater, “One Slight Hitch”

GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: Readers Theater, “One Slight Hitch”
April 3, 2017

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First Friday at the Winery

First Friday at the Winery
April 8, 2017

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Cherry Blossom Celebration

Cherry Blossom Celebration

Come Paint with Us! Cherry Blossom

Come Paint with Us! Cherry Blossom

Meet the Artist - Robert Merhaut

Meet the Artist - Robert Merhaut

Healing Service

Healing Service

North Gate Vineyard presents a Vertical Tasting

North Gate Vineyard presents a Vertical Tasting
April 9, 2017

”Homage to Mother Earth”

”Homage to Mother Earth”

SPRING AWAKENS: DECORATED EGG AUCTION

SPRING AWAKENS: DECORATED EGG AUCTION

GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: Writers’ Night Out

GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: Writers’ Night Out
April 10, 2017

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CA$H Bingo

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LAST HAM STANDING COMEDY IMPROV

LAST HAM STANDING COMEDY IMPROV
April 15, 2017

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CA$H Bingo

Easter at the Park

Easter at the Park

Easter Extravaganza

Easter Extravaganza
April 16, 2017

”Homage to Mother Earth”

”Homage to Mother Earth”

Easter Sunrise Service

Easter Sunrise Service
April 17, 2017

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”Homage to Mother Earth”
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Jules & The Hammer Band with Teddy Chipouras

Jules & The Hammer Band with Teddy Chipouras
April 22, 2017

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”Homage to Mother Earth”

20th Anniversary Celebration & Grand Re-Opening

20th Anniversary Celebration & Grand Re-Opening

Celebrate Earth Day at North Gate Vineyard

Celebrate Earth Day at North Gate Vineyard

Andrew McKnight & Beyond Borders

Andrew McKnight & Beyond Borders
April 23, 2017

”Homage to Mother Earth”

”Homage to Mother Earth”

Franklin Park Big Band is Coming to Franklin Park Arts Center

Franklin Park Big Band is Coming to Franklin Park Arts Center

Jammin' at James

Jammin' at James
April 24, 2017

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2017 Virginia Touch-A-Truck

2017 Virginia Touch-A-Truck

Live Music: Dear Creek

Live Music: Dear Creek

Music With a Cause - The Loudoun Chorale

Music With a Cause - The Loudoun Chorale
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Lifestyle

Welcome Home to this Colonial in Lovettsville

6 Apr 2017

By Hannah Hager All of us seek to put down roots in ?a pleasant, safe and prosperous area, and you’ll find as much within this home in the Dutchman’s Creek neighborhood in Lovettsville. Today, Lovettsville has all the trappings of an all-American hometown – a pizzeria downtown, excellent schools and busy streets that settle into quiet nights. Its claim to …

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Keep Loudoun Beautiful

5 Apr 2017

Greater Lovettsville Area Volunteers Needed The Keep Loudoun Beautiful spring clean-up takes place the entire month of April and greater Lovettsville needs volunteers. Bags, vests, gloves and grabbers are available at the Lovettsville Community Center during normal business hours, Monday through Friday.  Contact Lovettsville area leader, Laura Lieberman, for details and to coordinate pick-up  locations:  laura.long.lieberman@gmail.com.

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Take Me To the Garden Show

5 Apr 2017

The 27th Annual Leesburg Flower & Garden Festival comes to town Saturday, April 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Sunday, April 23 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The award-winning event, estimated to attract 40,000 visitors over the two days, gets better and better every year. And, that’s not just the vendors and organizers talking; that’s the truth, …

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Editorial

Priscilla Nabs Plum Planning Commission Post

Appointment Shocks Many On January 3 Supervisor Tony R. Buffington Jr. (R-Blue Ridge) nominated Tom Priscilla for the Loudoun County Planning Commission to represent the Blue Ridge District. Priscilla was …

Op-ed

Opinion: Terrorism, Debt, and China: Oh My!

– By Nick Reid world can be a very dangerous place sometimes, especially for a nation state such as the United States. Although danger is always present, the number and …

Metro Money Mess Pushing West

– By Delegate Dave LaRock (R-33rd) A local paper recently quoted Loudoun Board Chair Phyllis Randall as saying that in her observation “some of the concerns raised by the people …

Dear Editor

Why Williams Gap Road Should Not Be Paved

Today, most residents of Loudoun County know nothing about Williams Gap, even those living on Williams Gap Road (Route 711). Knowing who “Williams” was, why a gap in the Blue …

Vote No To the Minor Special Exception

We are a group of Loudoun County citizens who will be adversely affected if the board grants a special exception for the Catesby Farm property at your upcoming meeting. You …

View From the Ridge

Envision Loudoun – Bold Action Versus Business-As-Usual

Everyone is talking about it. “Envision Loudoun,” our local government’s effort to reach out to the public for advice on how to rewrite and update the County’s Comprehensive Plan. Officials …

Around Virginia

Rep. Comstock Returns from Bipartisan Congressional Delegation to Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon

Representative Barbara Comstock (R-VA) released the following statement after returning from a bipartisan Congressional Delegation visit to Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon: “As believers around the world observed Holy Week, I appreciated the opportunity to visit and hear from those who serve our fellow man – our military men and women …

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Governor McAuliffe Announces Growth in Solar Industry-Related Jobs

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that Virginia is one of the fastest growing solar job markets in the country. In the Solar Foundation’s National Solar Jobs Census 2016, Virginia is 2nd in the Southeast and tied with Utah for 9th in the U.S. for year-over-year solar job growth. The Commonwealth is ranked …

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McAuliffe Vetoes LaRock’s Public Assistance Eligibility Legislation  

On March 28, Governor Terry McAuliffe vetoed Del. Dave LaRock’s (R-33) House Bill 2092, which would have required any applicant for public assistance to undergo a full review of death records, incarceration status, employment status, lottery winnings, and all income. Recently, an Arlington woman was arrested on four counts of welfare fraud for …

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Sports

Woodgrove Training for Spring Track

9 Apr 2017

Woodgrove students get ready for the upcoming Spring track season. Photos courtesy of Robert Nelson

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Western Loudoun Volleyball Summer Camp Launched

6 Apr 2017

Western Loudoun Volleyball Club will be hosting its first ever summer camp June 26-29 at Foxcroft School in Middleburg.  The coed, four-day camp will run from 9-5 each day and feature advanced skills training, game strategy and mental approaches to the game.  The program will be managed by WLVBC’s Technical …

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