April 2006 issue


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Take a tour of Virginia’s retro-cool motels, or a trip on a nuclear passenger ship. See garden tips from Tuckahoe plantation, where Thomas Jefferson spent part of his childhood. Visit the Keswick horse show, one of the oldest in the nation, and take a trip to South Boston, the Southside town that’s become a hot new weekend getaway for those who love great food. Also, lamb for Easter, Virginia in Britain, and a Garden Week roundup. All this and so much more in Virginia Living’s April issue.


Robert Meganck

Spring beauty signifies spring, with a nod to early Virginia botanist John Clayton Read more

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Celia Pearson

The beloved boyhood home of Thomas Jefferson blooms fresh each year in spring. Paula Steers Brown visits a private farm with a very public mission. Read more

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