July 25, 2012

We Toured the Cromer Trumbo House

On a recent Saturday we visited the Cromer Trumbo House in Dayton, Virginia. My favorite room was the kitchen which has log walls; it's the oldest part of the house from when it was just a cabin.

The house is filled with Victorian furnishings and objets d'art.

Rosemarie Joswick Palmer was our tour guide. When she showed us a book she had edited called Civil War Stories, I just had to buy it from the Heritage Museum's store. It consists of articles and brief reports on the war years in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County.

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