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  • Chuck Miller

    Chuck Miller turns corn into Virginia Lightning, using an old family recipe and one of the state’s only legal moonshine stills. More
  • Ciclismo Classico

  • Colonial Williamsburg

    Wander the cobbled streets of this national treasure. Try on period outfits (for a fee), learn to make cabinets or shoes, tour an old printing offi... More
  • Cross Country International

    Cross Country International, which plans deluxe horseback adventures in Ireland, Peru, and beyond, recently introduced its first trip in Virginia: ... More
  • Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail

    Occasional signs read CROOKED ROAD, referring to the many historic bluegrass and country music sights that dot this lonely road, most famously the ... More
  • Ellen LeCompte

    With more than 20 years of experience, Atlanta-based travel agent Ellen LeCompte is often called upon by national publications, including The New Y... More
  • Feast!

    Artisanal cheese from nearby farms More
  • Finders Keepers

    The store is filled with Deco furniture at reasonable prices. More
  • Floyd Country Store

    Floyd might have a lunch counter, but it’s best known for its music: Friday nights at the Floyd Country Store, a “jamboree” of bluegrass starts at ... More
  • Foggy Ridge Cider

  • Fort Valley Ranch

    Take ahalf-day ride to 2,310-foot Kennedy Peak, overlooking other Blue Ridge peaks to the east. The excursion comes with a brown-bag lunch. More
  • Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park

    A network of self guided tours takes in four key Civil War battlefields. More
  • Gadino Cellars

    Located in Rappahannock County, Virginia, this small, family-run vineyard was founded in 2004. Owned by Bill and Aleta Saccuta Gadino, who began ma... More
  • Gearharts Chocolates

    The shop spikes its ganache bonbons with ancho chile and candied ginger. More
  • George Washington's Ferry Farm

    Follow in George Washington’s footsteps with a visit to the grounds where his boyhood home once stood. More

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