Millennials: Why You Should Crush Friday in the Shenandoah Valley

Meetings, spreadsheets, and microwaved lunches…it’s one way to crush a Friday, huh? In fact, for motivated Millennials across the country, this is how you crush almost every Friday! Hey, we know your generation has gotten a bad rap about being … Continue reading

7 Reasons to Visit Our Shenandoah Valley B & B in 2019

Why You Should Visit the Iris Inn in the Shenandoah Valley in 2019 Some people make New Year’s Resolutions. Travelers make travel plans! And there are many reasons to visit our Shenandoah Valley b & b. From the business retreats … Continue reading

“Mad” Anthony Wayne & Waynesboro

“Mad” Anthony Wayne’s Contribution to Waynesboro What’s in a name?            Well, quite a bit if you’re talking about Waynesboro, Virginia. Just take a drive through this prosperous city nestled against the Blue Ridge Mountains. The General Wayne Hotel, the Wayne … Continue reading

Heritage Harvest Festival: The Thomas Jefferson Tribute to Agriculture

Sustainable Agriculture Rules the Day at Heritage Harvest Festival The third president of the US, Thomas Jefferson, left behind a diverse legacy! A prominent political figure and the author of the Declaration of the Independence, Jefferson’s life interests weren’t confined to … Continue reading

Plumb House: Battle of Waynesboro

The Last Civil War Battlefield: Plumb House   Today, nothing remains of the Shenandoah Valley’s last Civil War battlefield. A mixture of residential and commercial development in Waynesboro, Va., has obliterated where the Confederacy made its last stand in the … Continue reading