Bedford Life is almost here
The fall issue of "Bedford Life" magazine will be included in this Sunday's edition of the Times-Gazette, and it's chock-full of stories, photos, recipes and calendar listings for the upcoming holidays.
Here are just a few of the highlights:
• We visit Wendy and Bryan Morton at their historic home in Flat Creek. The couple has a love for animals, both the ones they see at their veterinary practice in Lynchburg and the dogs and horses at their farm.
• Calvin King of Shelbyville creates one-of-a-kind wooden miniatures, beautiful and lovingly-crafted works which would no doubt bring top prices ... if he ever decided to sell them.
• Unionville cook Andrea Bolden sticks with her tried and true Christmas recipes, some of which she's shared with both local and national publications.
• The annual "Wreaths Across America" observance places holiday wreaths on the graves of those who served -- but it needs your support.
You'll also find 27 different recipes for holiday entertaining, and a complete rundown of holiday events such as the Christmas Parade, A Celebration Christmas, the Festival of Trees and the New Year's Eve dance at The Fly.
Your first chance to see this 40-page, full-color magazine will be this Sunday, so be sure to pick up a copy of the Times-Gazette if you're not already a subscriber. The magazine will also be available various places around town throughout the season.