Yesterday I posted about the Nature Trail in West Point.
Today we take a drive through the town.
There are many beautiful homes in this historic little town. Love this house that Jason photographed.
West Point even has a public beach. Yes, that's all of it.
Home-ownership here has it's privileges. This is all private property above.
I love the roof on that house to the left.
Saturday morning it was a ghost town.
We both agree that they need a coffee shop in this town. Anyone want to take care of that?
Everyone that lives in the downtown area has to come here to the Post Office to get their mail.
Every town needs a water tower.
And behind the water tower is the Town Hall, Courthouse, and DMV.
One thing this small town has an abundance of is churches.
The town's main stage.
Not only is the town of West Point quaint, but it's also industrial with a Paper Mill on the west side across route 33 and the downtown area.
Lots of potential for our photowalk. If you would like to join us on Saturday October 5th for the 6th Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk, please visit our page here to sign up for our walk in West Point, Virginia. If you'd like to join a walk in a city near you, please visit the main photowalk site here.