National Geographic : 1973 Apr
Making beautiful memories Ls aVirginia tradition. Whether it's a bright patchwork quilt from the rough, gentle hands of a mountain craftsman, or a snap shot of the tiny wild ponies on Assateague Island, you're going to go home from your Virginia vacation with some thing wonderful to hold on to and remember and love. Because whatever you love is here. You can escape to the unspoiled yonder of an Eastern Shore beach, or dis :over the romance of the sea at Newport clews' famous Mariners Museum. You can trace Stonewall Jackson's ampaign through the Shenandoah Valley, where glittering, glistening caverns as old as time itself create an underground spectacle like nothing on earth. Or relive an age of " grace and grandeur in James River plan- ' tations like the Carter family's Shirley, c, where Washingtons and Jeffersons once t ., p mixed politics and port. L But whether it's a quilt or a home- Virginia is for lovers. spun yarn, a souvenir or For free 36-page color vacation the memory of a pickin' and guide and brochures on your special travel interests, visit, write or call singin' jamboree, you're Virginia State Travel Service: going to take home some- Dept. 303, 11 Rockefeller Plaza, t New York 10020, phone (212) 245 3080; th g beautiful. Dept. 303, 911 E. Broad St., And unforgettable. Richmond 23219, phone (703) 770-4484; Dept. 303, 906 17th St., N.W., Like love. Washington 20006, phone (202) 293-5350.