I am now officially jealous of your Richmond visit. The funny thing is that I am so much closer to Richmond than you and I never go. Now I'll have to go.
Kerry, we never visit the things in our own backyard -only when we travel! haha So much in DC I still have never seen *sigh*. Maybe this year!
That elegant mausoleum reminds me of the equally classy architecture found in Pittsburgh's Homewood Cemetery.Happy new year, Stefan!
Wow. I have visited Richmond on a civil war trip with David but had no idea of all the bounty I missed!Thanks for educating me all year.Happy New Year!! And may 2013 be a healthy and prosperous one for you!xo Terri
Happy New Year!!! I look forward to seeing what's inside this place> I am with you about great carriage houses.... I would love living in one. I had a friend years ago who lucked into one on Long Island. It was amazing and the grounds were like living on a park.
The barn is amazing. I've got a thing for historic barns growing up with horses. Actually both my husband and I ride, that's how we met. Anyways, have you seen the book "british stable"? It is niche but there are some gorgeous animal spaces!
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