Historic Lexington, VA

Passed through Lexington, Virginia on my return to West Virginia. What a great stop it was. People were friendly and the area scenic. The streets were early American and the homes quaint. Take a look:

They also have a rather important military school there.

But the best part of the stopover was their open air market.

Here was the best home baked goods I have ever sampled. What sublime chocolate chip cookies, pumpkin and cheesecake squares. They also had quiches, jellies, and an assortment of other canned specialties. Retail damage was done here, and much frozen for Thanksgiving which I am enjoying this week.

Thanks vendors of the Lexington open air market. What extraordinary bakers and cooks you are!

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