Got a Wildflower Photo or Idea to Share?
Our website is up, people are listening to our stories on WV Morning and Inside Appalachia! Check us out at www.Traveling219.com. Find out where to find fresh ground cornmeal from an heirloom variety of corn called Bloody Butcher, or listen to a highschool student read a story about local quiltmaker, Norma Mikesell. There are over 25 audio stories to listen to, and more will be added within the next few months.
If that in itself weren't exciting enough, spring is in full bloom! Do you have a favorite wildflower that you would like us to include in our guide to the sites near US 219? A photo that you would share with us (we'll credit you of course), a description of the natural beauty that you think we should include?
Traveling 219 is a collection of interviews, stories and writing found along US 219. We are adding a lot of material to the website over the next few months to make this guide something really incredible, to help share what makes 219 a remarkable journey. The history and stories is part of what we're telling, but there is so much rare natural beauty in these Allegheny Mountains too. But we need your help. If you have an idea for an article, a photo or a story you'd like to contribute, please contact us,
Roxy Todd 653-4902, firstname.lastname@example.org