Adventure Time: Scottsburg, VA Edition

Over the last year, Al’s parents have been working on their “farm” in Scottsburg, Virginia. This is a tiny little town off of US-58, in Halifax County. They’ve put a lot of love and hard work into this property, and I wanted to show you what it looks like.

This adventure took place back in mid-September. His mom’s family has a family reunion in nearby Keysville, so we tagged along for the weekend. Enjoy the pictures!

The front of the house.

The front of the house.

This was a long exposure shot. Where they live is one of the darkest places on the Eastern Seaboard!

This was a long exposure shot. Where they live is one of the darkest places on the Eastern Seaboard!

It looks like something's on fire, but it's really the glow of a light, coupled with fog. Another long exposure.

It looks like something’s on fire, but it’s really the glow of a light, coupled with fog. Another long exposure.

This was probably my favorite shot of the night. Headlights of a passing car, long exposure.

This was probably my favorite shot of the night. Headlights of a passing car, long exposure.

Saturday morning sunshine.

Saturday morning sunshine.

Spiderweb in the barn.

Spiderweb in the barn.

The pond.

The pond.

What's a farm without a tractor?

What’s a farm without a tractor?

There’s still more work to be done, but it’s been fun going up there for the weekend every few months. The house is just a few miles from Staunton River State Park. This park is awesome – I can’t wait to go back when it’s warmer. Also, SRSP also hosts a massive stargazers convention every September!


Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂

 

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