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Pearls Road Trip 2019: Shenandoah’s Junction and Shepherdstown
MelanieSpiller and Coloratura Consulting
A placard tells it all. This elegant building started it all. The college, in all its gloryShepherdstown is a lot like a time machine.This is what they call “traffic” on a weekday in Shepherdstown. The Shepherdstown public libraryThis modest church houses a gorgeous organ. \The local church’s organ is gorgeous. I wish we could have heard it. The street is so quiet, you can just stand in the middle and take a picture. Shenandoah’s Junction looks like a country lane, for the most part. There are cornfields in Shenandoah’s Junction. One of the grave markers in the “Colored Cemetery” in Shenandoah’s Junction. Born in 1850, died in 1904The “Colored Cemetery” has residents from just after the civil war until the 1960s. I had an audience as I ran in the sprinkle of Shenandoah’s Junction. This cow, in particular, thought I might be about to do something interesting. I wasn’t. Anyone know what kind of plant this is?Between the houses, there is a lot of rolling grass in Shenandoah’s Junction. I wonder how they decide whose turn it is to mow it. Many of the houses were fairly industrial looking, but the yards were incredible! The neighbors in Shenandoah’s Junction.I could walk down a street like this every day. The back yard didn’t involve fencing or near neighbors. A junction in Shenandoah’s JunctionThe trees are so lovely. I imagine that this is as beautiful in the winter and spring as it is in the autumn. There weren’t many fences. I suspect that these people have a dog. Yes, I could walk this street every day.