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We’re located in Glen Allen, a suburb of Richmond, Virginia in the United States—roughly 100 miles south of Washington, D.C., 70 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean, and 80 miles east of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Glen Allen is on the eastern edge of the Piedmont, a region of gently rolling hills that gradually rise to the west where they meet the Blue Ridge Mountain range. Because the region is hilly and much of it is forested, we don’t have the grand vistas you see in the Midwest and western states. But the fact that you rarely see beyond a mile or two gives you a sense of intimacy you don’t find in the vastness of a state like South Dakota or New Mexico. Not better, just different.
Richmond was built on the James River. If you stand on the steps of the Virginia State Capitol you’ll see the river winding its way through town to the south. It is a shallow, powerful river that is spotted with rapids throughout the city.
Virginia, of course, has a rich history. I live just over a rise from Mountain Road—the road Thomas Jefferson often traveled on his trips between Williamsburg and Charlottesville. Even for a guy like me, whose total knowledge of history would fit inside a thimble (with ample space for everything I know about algebra), Virginia is a fascinating place. If you’ve never been here, I encourage you to visit—it’s well worth a trip.