In the first episode of the new OutAbout in WestVirginiaVille series, we visit Blumie Mountain in Southern WestVirginiavVille for exactly one minute and 23 seconds.
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April 8, 2013
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March 23, 2013
Comments Off on New York City Scenarios: 1 to 5
Just returned from a family trip to New York, a city with which I have a little history. We created some more. Here’s the first part of a mixed-media accounting of some past and present New York states of mind.
January 3, 2012
Comments Off on Starting the Year Off With Trees, Wind, Cloud and Train
I like to start every new year off with a woodland walk. While out in Barboursville Park this Jan. 1, 2012, I was transfixed by the whisper of wind through the trees and as a train whipped by it seemed like a good time for the first video of the year.
November 21, 2011
Crossing west to east across the swooping West Virginia hills, a watery pilgrimage I always make is to stroll to the midst of the arching bridge at Seneca Rocks.
August 2, 2011
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Think Segway and you may think of the two-wheeled electric vehicle tooling down a city sidewalk. Now, you can ride one through the hills of West Virginia at Stonewall Resort.
July 25, 2011
If you’re looking to chill out in an organically sound and sweet fashion, we cannot recommend more highly picking blueberries as the morning mist rises off the Appalachian hills in the West Virginia outback.
July 16, 2011
When the housecat loses in an encounter with a skunk, husbands also suffer. But think again before you start drawing a tomato juice bath.
June 4, 2011
Comments Off on What a young, peeved peregrine falcon sounds like
Don’t live where the really cool animals hang? Then take a listen and a look at the fuss an annoyed baby peregrine falcon makes when all he wants to do is eat breakfast.
November 26, 2010
Comments Off on Take a flyover of a West Virginia mountaintop removal site
Atlantic Monthly writer James Fallows takes a flyover a West Virginia mountaintop removal site as part of his article “Dirty Coal, Clean Future,” in the December 2010 issue.
October 15, 2010
We are experiencing, here in the Village of West Virginia, one of the loveliest Indian Summers in memory. But until someone gets one done for 2010, this Autumnal audio slideshow from 2009 will have to do you.
November 15, 2009
Comments Off on Are rock cairns a Native American ritual site?
A complex of 53 mysterious rock cairns is found on a rural West Virginia farm in the Appalachian hills. Was it a Native American Indian ritual site?
October 31, 2009
Comments Off on Going wild in West Virginia’s way-out wilderness zone
An audio-visual trip into the new 6,030-acre Spice Run Wilderness in West Virginia, where wheels aren’t allowed and just getting there is an adventure.