Earlier this week I posted a blog about a Roadside Historic Marker that involved the grandparents of Mark Twain. There were a number of conversations
I was reading a post on one of the West Virginia pages that I follow in which a person referenced “God willing and the creeks
I pass this sign at the end of the road where I work every weekday, twice per day. It states that Mark Twain’s grandparent’s settled
Virginia Lt. Governor Robert Dinwiddie was concerned about the French and their movements along the Ohio Valley. Because of that, he sent a young Major
10 Jan 1988 is one of the three most important days of my life. It was the day that my oldest, my son was born.
The area Rev Donnelly describes in this article is a familiar tract of land for me. There may have been a number of occasions, in