The Black Sheep is located near Virginia University.
I love this quirky wreath on the door decorated with salt & pepper shakers.
A needlework wreath on the wall.
And the food. I had the bayou breakfast.
Rich had a muffuletta sandwich. I guess that we were in a New Orleans mood.
Mary Ann had gingersnap crusted French toast with a pear and fruit compote. If you get to Richmond put this place on your list!
Mary Ann and I exchanged Christmas gifts.
I love the way that she used a book mark for the tag.
And this was inside. See the snowman?
Thank you Mary Ann! It was wonderful to see you.
After that Rich and I went over to walk around Hollywood Cemetary. Unfortunately tours are not available in December, so we walked around on our own.
The monument in the front is President Tyler's grave and the black ornate marker in the back is President Monroe's.
This guy is quite popular. I definitely need to visit again when tours are available.
Our next stop was here..
This is the oldest standing house in Richmond, circa 1769 and also the home of the Edgar Allen Poe museum. The exhibits were interesting and informative.
Do you think Mr. Poe would have approved of these ornaments in the fountain?
And since we were back in the neighborhood and we had hiked around the cemetery we stopped for more pie.
Mixed berry streusel...
So there was another stop but I am going to save it for the next post.
I worked a little more on Margaret.
Thanks for traveling along with me!
I hope that everyone is safe and warm. The storms have been horrible today throughout a lot of the country.
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