Merry Christmas from Lexington





I unexpectedly found myself in Lexington, Virginia on Saturday evening (long story!). I thought I’d share a couple snapshots to help folks get into the holiday spirit. Above, the front door of Jackson Memorial Hall, the building that houses the VMI Museum, is decked out with beautiful white lights and evergreen. Below, the Presbyterian church where Stonewall Jackson served as deacon looks solemn yet spirited. (It got cropped out of the photo, but a star hung in the night sky just over the steeple, too!)PresbyterianChurch-Christmas

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2 Responses to Merry Christmas from Lexington

  1. cc2001 says:

    Lexington is my favorite city in VA. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

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