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The House That Meat-Juice Built

Published on April 3, 2015 by in RVA

There’s nothing in this world like a bona-fide pulverized meat-juice!  What’d I say?  Meat-juice!  What’s it called?  Meat-juice!  That’s right!  Meat-juice! Apologies to the Simpsons aside, have you ever wondered what 4 pounds of beef pulverized, pressed, and heated at low temperatures down to a 4 ounce bottle of liquid would taste like?  If you

 
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Richmond History in Color

Published on April 29, 2014 by in Uncategorized
 
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Spring at Pipeline

Published on April 3, 2014 by in Heronry
 
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Heronry 2014

Published on February 27, 2014 by in Heronry

Hi, everyone!  Long time no talk!  So… how’ve you been?  How’s things?  What’s the haps? I apologize for the delay and for allowing this site to languish.  I’m going to commit myself to updating more often, I promise!  On that note… I took a walk down to Pipeline to discover (not to my surprise) that

 
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Road Trip – Bacon’s Castle: Precursor to Revolution

Published on November 18, 2013 by in Road Trip

Massachusetts has stolen the spotlight in American history.  From the birth of a nation to the American Revolution, it seems all you ever hear about is Pilgrims and Paul Revere.  It’s easy to forget, especially around Thanksgiving, that everything Massachusetts claims, Virginia had already done.  Plymouth Rock and the founding of the Plymouth Colony was

 
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Happy Halloween!

Published on October 31, 2013 by in Personal

Happy Halloween from PhotoRVA.  I can now officially say PhotoRVA as seen in Richmond Magazine!  (Or at least the Richmond Magazine website.)  Read a great blog by writer Harry Kollatz Jr. about everyone’s favorite Richmond accountant:  W. W. Pool here! And enjoy a special high-res version of the master’s tomb itself, suitable for desktop background goodness.

 
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The Skyline from Belle Isle Pedestrian Bridge

 
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Freed Slaves

I promised some history, and there’s really nothing more historic than old photographs of Richmond!  Here is a photograph taken along the canal in April of 1865 immediately following the end of the Civil War.  The photograph shows a group of freed slaves.  Full information about the photograph can be found at the Library of

 
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Safari at the Richmond Metro Zoo

Published on August 27, 2013 by in Uncategorized

Here are some shots from a trip to the Richmond Metro Zoo!  We will have more history coming up here, but until then enjoy the monkeys.  Haven’t you always wanted a monkey?

 
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Lunch in RVA

Published on August 2, 2013 by in Personal

Christopher’s Runaway Gourmet on a rock, down by the river! This is why I love RVA! And this is why I sometimes don’t.

 
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