February 23, 2016

Random Treasures

Handley High School, Winchester, VA
The Good: John Handley High School is a public school that's on the National Register of Historic Places. It was founded by a grant from Judge John Handley. This handsome school is in the northern Shenandoah Valley. 

The Random: This bust of George Washington stands in Hagerstown, Maryland. It is the work of Avard T. Fairbanks.

See all my posts that mention George Washington, hero of the American Revolution and our first President.

Since the face in the photo turned out dark, I'm including a Photoshopped version below. 


The Fun: I spotted this car near New Market. It reminds me of how it felt to take a ride just for the fun of it!



8 comments:

  1. These are all treasures indeed! I sometimes still take a drive just for the fun of it, always will!

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  2. I have been in Handley before when I was a college recruiter. It is a neat building.

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  3. What a school, they sure don't build them like today. Thanks Linda for joining the party and please hurry on back.

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  4. Impressive looking high school.

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  5. great selection of views dear,George Washington was a great leader for his people and his greatness speaks in his statue too

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  6. Nice looking school. A great sculpture and a cool old car.

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  7. That looks very impressive ...

    Car looks cool I think the saying goes ...

    All the best Jan

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