More than a month ago, I was travelling to the US Marine Corps Museum in Quantico Virginia, and I saw the sign for a visitors site. At this place, a battery of Union 12 pound guns were unlimbered, firing into oncoming ranks of Confederate infantry, before being abandoned as the position was overrun. And I was standing there, getting goosebumps, as I thought about the events that had taken place in that field. Later, I drove past the site where General "Stonewall" Jackson had been shot by his own men during the Battle of Chancellorsville. I have been finding history all over Virginia, and I have only begun to explore it. Look forward to more in the coming months.