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Fishing

At the heart Hollabrook Farms lies a fully stocked 7-acre lake, where you can spend the day trying to land the one that got away last Sunday afternoon.

Fishing provides the soul a moment away from the frenzy of daily life and the opportunity to immerse oneself in the moment. Few activities provide the restoration and renewal that comes from having a fishing rod and tackle in your hands. At Hollabrook Farm rest, renewal, and the prefect cast are just a short walk from your front porch.
Or just stroll along the lake’s bank and discover what’s blooming.

Community

Ensconced in a natural setting with views of the mountains, lake, and preserved green space this once prosperous, 163 acre dairy farm is now a planned community offering the opportunity to enjoy living life to its fullest.

Hollabrook Farms is affordable country living at its best with the charm of a pastoral setting yet convenient to nearby amenities. The community boasts American Farmhouse architecture, with large porches and white wood fencing throughout the community. Curbed tree-lined roads include underground utilities and the home sites enjoy the gentle topography of hundreds of years old farm land.

Porch Living

A front porch is more than just an entrance, it is where you welcome family and friends to your home. It provides the perfect place to rock gently with the summer breeze and create memories that last a lifetime.

Each Hollabrook Farms home allows you to enjoy the cheerful sounds of the morning or gaze at the stars and harvest moon hanging above the Blue Ridge Mountains. Hollabrook Farms’ front porch living is all about being “home” but “out”.  With front porches being one of the fastest growing trends in how people are changing how they live in their homes. Here at Hollabrook impromptu gatherings and drinks under the stars aren’t upgrades.

Wherefore Art Thou, Widgets?

We need your opinion! One of the features we’re adding to WordPress 3.3 (currently in beta 3) is intended to reduce widget pain. Say you’re using Theme A and you have a handful of widgets set up. You switch to Theme B, and it has different widget areas, so you add/remove/edit your widgets. Then you realize that you hate Theme B. “This theme doesn’t represent my innermost soul!” you cry to the heavens. You switch back to Theme A, but because it had different widget areas, now your widgets are messed up. Argh, right? Not for long!

Taking WordPress to War

Today is the eleventh day of the eleventh month of the (20)eleventh year, and in several parts of the world, it is a holiday related to war. In the U.S., where I live, it is Veterans Day, which honors military veterans. In much of Europe, today is Armistice Day or Remembrance Day, commemorating the armistice signed at the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” of 1918 that ended the fighting on the Western Front in World War I.

Whether serving in the military, living in an area of unrest or attack, having friends or family in the fray, or just being human enough to think war sucks (there’s really no gentler way to say that, is there?), war impacts most people in the world today.

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