No Way to Treat a Bike

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John Marshall

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Chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, John Marshall, who had almost no formal schooling and studied law for only six weeks, nevertheless remains the only judge in American history whose distinction as a statesman derived almost entirely from his judicial career. Following a diplomatic mission to France, he won election to Congress, where he supported President John Adams. Adams appointed him secretary of state and in 1801 chief justice, a position he held until death.

Prosecco in the Sun

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Camera in the car?  Bring on the cellphone!

4 Wheelin’

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Yes, this was the road we took to get to the trailhead in order to begin our hike.

Natural Light

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Light Up the Chessboard

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I’m traveling after a hard fought and exciting Election Day in Virginia.  While waiting for a friend, I enjoyed my wine and this chessboard with pieces that light up.

 

Backlit on the Mountain

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It was a gorgeous morning up on Buffalo Mountain

Outbuilding With a View

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Misty Morning View

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I Do

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