Broad Run Lifestyle Magazine February 2017

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Producing a magazine is very much a team effort, and I’d like to introduce a new member of our team—myself. I am joining Debbie Eisele, our senior editor, as editor at the Piedmont Lifestyle Magazines. Since moving here 30 years ago from the White Mountains of New Hampshire, I developed a deep love of our community here through my other role as editor of The Piedmont Virginian magazine, which is also published by Piedmont Publishing Group. I live in Warrenton with my husband and 18-year-old daughter, who is a senior at Fauquier High, two dogs, and an elderly, cantankerous cat. When I married my husband he had two small boys, so I had the wonderful experience of helping to raise them also. They are grown now; one is building a career and life in Florida, and the other is a Marine deployed to Okinawa. He and his wife live at Topsail Island, NC, where she is part owner and manager of a restaurant. I’m excited to add three more local magazines to my portfolio, and really look forward to further

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exploring and becoming more involved in the Lifestyle’s communities. We have an enthusiastic, dynamic team here, dedicated to maintaining the mission and quality of the Lifestyle magazines that our readers have always expected. And we also have a few new ideas for articles that will be coming in the next few issues that I think you will enjoy. I look forward to getting to know our readers, and welcome any input or suggestions you may have. Please call me at 540-349-2951 or email pam@piedmontpub.com.

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06 Scrumptious! Delight your love with chocolate and wine STORY BY STEVE OVIATT PHOTOGRAPHY BY KARA THORPE

10 Fauquier Health New Cancer Care Physician at Fauquier Health BY ROBIN EARL

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16 Families 4 Fauquier Local events for families

18 Local Craftsmen Preserving history for the future BY AIMÉE O’GRADY

24 Fauquier Chamber Q&A Scot Small

26 The Question Is Popped & The Answer Is “Yes!” Unique local wedding venues

Cover: Photography by Kara Thorpe. Dominion Traditional Builders Group from left to right: Mike Ondrick, Kate Lostracco and Tim Winther.

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Scrumptious!

Delight your love with chocolate—and wine STORY BY STEVE OVIATT PHOTOGRAPHY BY KARA THORPE

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alentine’s Day is a wonderful time to shake off the winter doldrums and enjoy your time with that special someone. For many, celebrating includes a special treat, like wine and chocolate. After contacting a number of knowledgeable specialists, we have come up with a short list of ideas to help make your Valentine’s Day special.

Dark Chocolate Local winemakers Fletcher Henderson, Seth Chambers and Ashton Lough recommend their local red wines with dark chocolates. Chambers (winemaker at The Winery at LaGrange) recommends selecting a red wine that is sweeter than the chocolate; he and his fellow winemakers recommend dark chocolates be paired with their local cabernets and merlots to bring out the berry flavors in the wines. The managers at local wine shops Cork & Fork, Total Wine, and Wegmans all agree, as do Executive Chef Ryan Arensdorf and Beverage Director Michael Foote at Salamander Resort and Spa. If you’re not specifically looking for local wines, there are others to consider; Jackie Stellar at Wegmans recommends the Arrowood Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, and Arensdorf suggests Freemark Abbey Merlot. At Total Wine, Suzanne Grumko raves over the Pallas Old Vines Reserve Garnacha paired with a Chocolate Fondue.

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Antoinette Landragan from Cork & Fork in Gainesville put together these selections of dessert wines (top) and sparkling white wines (bottom) as great options for your Valentine’s Day wine pairing menu.

Sweet Chocolates Another popular combination comes from Henderson, winemaker at Quattro Goombas. He recommends pairing sweet with sweet, for example, sweeter chocolates with sweeter wines, like ports. If this combination appeals to you, all three local winemakers have made excellent port-style wines. Antoinette Landragan from Cork & Fork has a list of pairing combinations with ports and other sweet wines, such as Butler and Nephew Ten Year Tawney Port, Chevalier Pastel 2007 Sauternes, Vieux NV Pineau des Charents, and Kiralyudvar 2007 Tokaj. Grumko at Total Wine and Stellar at Wegmans can also help with similar pairing recommendations. At Salamander Resort and Spa, Beverage Director Jacob Musyt likes a white wine, Domaine des Besombes, Singla with chocolates, as well as Klein Constantia, Vin de Constance (which has been hailed by Napoleon, Jane Austen and Charles Dickens). A nice pairing with a local spirit is fruit with Pommeau, a new apple brandy from Mt. Defiance Distillery.

Other Food Pairing Options Many like to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a bubbly. Since most sparkling wines, especially champagnes, are acidic and effervescent, pair them with cheeses, caviar, foie gras, smoked salmon, shellfish, sashimi, or fried foods such as chicken. Henderson likes champagne with eggs and bacon for breakfast or with popcorn for an evening treat. Lough likes an off-dry sparkling wine with sweeter tastes. The traditional view that sparkling wines do not pair well with chocolates is challenged by Stellar at Wegmans, who recommends Rosa Regale sparkling red and Grumko at Total Wine, who says a bitter (80%) chocolate pairs well with a zero dosage champagne (a tart champagne that has had no sweetening wine added) like Franck Bonville Grand Cru Prestige. Annette Johnson, president of the Town Duck, suggests pairing chocolate with Villa Jolanda Piemonte Brachetto or Moscato D’Asti, both sparkling wines. However you celebrate, enjoy exploring some of these tasty suggestions together. ❖ Steve Oviatt is past president of the Haymarket Gainesville Business Association who runs his own consulting business in addition to working with a number of local and international wineries. Steve acknowledges his daughter taught him everything he knows about wine. He lives in Catharpin with his wife, Nancy.

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New Cancer Care Physician at Fauquier Health BY ROBIN EARL

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auquier Health Physician Services welcomes hematologist/oncologist Dr. Raj Pal Manchandani. He is board-certified in hematology and medical oncology, with extensive training in management of solid and hematologic malignancies, as well as in benign hematologic disorders. Dr. Manchandani acknowledges that cancer is a difficult disease. “Cancer patients are living longer and better, but a cancer diagnosis is still overwhelming. That’s why I give compassionate care for the whole person, not just for the disease. I am privileged to be able to help people during this very difficult time in their lives.” Fauquier Health Hematology/Oncology is at the heart of Fauquier Hospital’s Center for Cancer Care, which also includes its Infusion Center. Dr. Manchandani said, “Patients appreciate being able to come to a familiar environment and get the same standard of care as a bigger hospital. Having cancer care in their own community saves time and offers comfort to patients and to their caregivers.” He describes nurses in the Infusion Center as “eyes and ears for me. I may only see a patient once a month, but they

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see them every week or every other week. They spend more time with patients, so if they are concerned or see anything unusual, they can let me know. They are an integral part of our care team.” Dr. Manchandani also appreciates having an experienced oncology nurse navigator to provide additional support. “Richard (Shrout, MS, RN) provides a bridge between me as a physician and the other services we provide. He sees patients on their first visit and guides them through the process. He provides additional education on their disease and treatment plan, and coordinates evaluation for clinical trials. He also helps make appointments, arrange transportation, and helps with insurance. He is a wonderful resource.” Dr. Manchandani says that he was inspired to work in oncology in part because in his native Pakistan there is so little available. “Patients don’t have access to doctors, chemotherapy, or technology. When it became time to decide on my career, I remembered their suffering.” He recalled one patient he worked with during a residency at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. “He was a patient with lymphoma, wheelchair-bound, in terrible pain and not able to walk. He was diagnosed and treated. I saw him six months later. No one could tell he had had

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lymphoma. He felt wonderful and was so grateful.” Dr. Manchandani is looking forward to working with patients and primary care physicians in Fauquier County. “I am happy to be joining a small community hospital where I can learn to know my patients and my fellow physicians. I have been impressed with the patientcentered care philosophy that comes with being a Planetree hospital. You can get treatment for cancer at any hospital, but Fauquier Hospital provides compassionate and patient-centered care. That’s the difference.” To make an appointment with Fauquier Health Hematology/Oncology, please call 540-316-4360. ❖

In January, the Fauquier Health Center for Cancer Care was accredited for three years by the Commission on Cancer. The survey marks a significant milestone in a two-year journey to enhance the quality and service of cancer care delivered to Fauquier Health patients. The accreditation is a voluntary commitment by a cancer program that ensures patients have access to a full scope of services to diagnose, treat, rehabilitate, and support patients with cancer and their families. The Commission on Cancer is the only multidisciplinary accreditation program for cancer care in the United States; once accredited, hospitals continually evaluate their performance and outcomes.

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A Dog Remembers A story of unconditional love & remembrance on the trail BY ANDREAS A. KELLER PHOTOS COURTESY OF BOOTS ‘N BEER

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iking on the trail with George Watton, a Boots ‘n Beer member, taught me three great habits. First, he greeted every hiker with a cheerful greeting. “It’s a beautiful day for hiking!” was his way to strike up a conversation with anyone on the trail and being a master conversationalist, he found instant commonalities. For me, it often meant a quick break to catch my breath. Second, in his backpack he carried an endless supply of small Snickers bars that he generously shared with other hikers who may have needed a sugar boost before tackling the next uphill stretch. My backpacking food stash now has not only the big Snickers bars to turbo charge me on longer hikes, but also small ones for sharing along the way. Third, stashed in George’s pockets were plenty of dog treats.

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About every mile he dispensed one of these tasty chews to our two hiking companions, Moxie and Boots. When asked why he was spoiling the dogs, George’s straightforward answer was, “I like it and they love it.” If anyone had a special relationship with dogs, it was George. He fell in love with my young and cuddly Bernese mountain dog, Lady Boots, and even carried her on occasion when she tired on the trail. After George asked his handicapped friend to allow him to take his young boxer, Moxie, on the hiking trails, he had two dogs at his side. He would often race back and forth with them, losing against the powerful Moxie and winning over Boots, who would stop and watch before picking up a stick to lure Moxie back to play. Both dogs loved George. To me, he was a dog whisperer.

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Lady Boots and Moxie on the trail.

What Does A Dog Understand? On the last day of the year two years ago, as part of the Boots ‘n Beer hiking club, four hikers and two dogs were climbing the Buck Hollow trail in the Shenandoah National Park. Buck Hollow is a strenuous hike, and only George could hike uphill while entertaining us with stories and news or offering up some marching songs. It was no different on this hike until after we reached the Skyland Drive, where we rested as George handed out his signature trail food for the hikers and dogs. Afterwards he led Moxie and Boots across Skyland Drive. They ran ahead up the trail towards Mary’s Rock as we followed. A couple of minutes into the climb (towards Mary’s Rock) I heard hiking buddy, John Hagarty, asking, “George, are you okay?” I

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turned and noticed George sinking to his knees with his hands clasped to his chest. Commands were flying to get nitroglycerin out of the backpack, arrange for help from the nearest ranger station, and secure Moxie while I started CPR. There was no need to secure Moxie. He sat beside Boots a short distance away on the side of the trail. Both watched intently and quietly. It must have been about 15 or 20 minutes later when Moxie and Boots got up together and slowly moved towards George. They both lay down, one on each side of George’s shoulders, paws outstretched. Then they lowered their heads to the ground between their paws. I looked with incredulity, and disbelief, into their sad brown eyes until I understood what they were telling me. Further CPR would be in vain.

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Two years later, a dog remembers his friend George Wotton was our good friend who infused Boots ’n Beer with his uplifting spirit and charm, his songs, friendship, camaraderie, and his motivating encouragement. “Hiking is the best thing I have ever done for myself!” he frequently said. Every year on the last day of the year, Boots ’n Beer pays a grand salute to this wonderful man by hiking his last trail on the anniversary of his last day. This year, with 20 hikers stretched over the Buck Hollow trail, we all waited for each other before crossing Skyland Drive. In George’s memory, his granddaughter handed out small Snickers bars before we headed up to Mary’s Rock. With Lady Boots in the lead, George’s grandchildren and I walked silently uphill when Boots, with her nose to the ground, moved off the trail and then stopped and sniffed. I realized where she was, exactly at the place she and Moxie were sitting and watching me two years ago. Still with her nose to the ground, she moved towards the trail, walked a circle, and then lay down in the middle of it. I felt a strong warmth arise within me as Lady Boots lay in the same spot where George had left us. Her asking eyes looked at me for what seemed like a long time until I asked, “Are you missing George?” and comforted her with, “I am missing him too. We all do.” When I began hiking uphill again she took her

regular hiking place right behind me, and I felt her nuzzling my hand. On top of Mary’s Rock, Boots found a mother with two children and enjoyed being petted. The family was from Pennsylvania and wanted to know all about Bernese mountain dogs, as they were thinking of bringing a dog into their family. I am sure Boots made a good impression. Heading back down the trail, Boots trotted ahead. When she came to George’s place, she sat down in the middle of the trail and stared up the embankment, looking towards the graying sky. As I stopped and waited, the mother with her two children caught up with me and asked, “What’s Boots seeing? Is it a bear?” “No, bears are hibernating,” I replied. “Boots is remembering my hiking buddy, who was very special to her. He died on the trail two years ago, right where she sits.” The mother made the sign of the cross and said, “Thank you for sharing. I will say a prayer for your friend,” and moved on with her children. Touched by the generosity of a fellow hiker, I stayed a moment longer and watched Boots looking up to heaven. A dog remembers! ❖

Andreas A. Keller is a passionate hiker, avid backpacker and a charter member of Boots ’n Beer, a drinking club with a hiking problem. He can be reached via email at aakeller@mac.com.


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hapman Mill has remained a landmark in Thoroughfare Gap for east-west travelers for nearly three centuries. Named for a prominent colonial family, the Chapmans had ties to the French and Indian War and were founders of the City of Alexandria. The tallest stacked-stone building in the United States, the mill delineates the boundary between Prince William and Fauquier Counties. According to documentation, the location of the mill made it ideal for moving corn and wheat by wagon and rail to the port of Alexandria where Chapman Mill products were shipped as far as Europe and South America. According to chapmansmill.org, “by the time Chapman’s Mill ceased to operate in 1946, it had ground cornmeal and flour for American troops during seven wars: the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II.” After World War II, the mill remained privately owned until October 22, 1998, when it suffered a fire at the hands of an arsonist. The fire heated the stones to such a degree that they exploded when doused with water, further damaging the integrity of the structure. The mill was deemed unstable for visitors and fell into disrepair. The Turn the Mill Campaign was launched shortly after the fire to raise money to obtain ownership of the mill and stabilize the structure for future generations. During one of the open houses of the campaign, Tim Winther stopped by the structure. “The mill caught my eye 16 Kate Lostracco, Tim Winther, and Mike Ondrick on site at the Chapman Mill.

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masonry restoration. Their impressive portfolio includes work at James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange, Va. and the Menokin Foundation in Warsaw, Va. DTBG is based in Marshall and Fauquier County is lucky to have such skilled craftsmen. “Before the preservation, the mill was so damaged and unstable that no one could visit,” says Frances Allhouse, executive director of the Turn the Mill Campaign. “Dominion Traditional Building Group is crucial to what we do. They help preserve history for the public,” she explains. The opportunity to work on the mill was a case of being in the right place at the right time. “I attended the open house and started talking with the director. She told me about the work they were planning to do and suggested we submit a bid,” says Winther. It took nine visits to get a thorough understanding of what the organization was looking for before Winther felt comfortable submitting a bid. “I still remember where I was when I got the call that we won the job,” explains Winther. “It was about 10 o’clock at

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night on a Friday, and I was looking out a window. It meant so much to work on a building with such local significance.” The DTBG crew set to work repairing many of the lintels that support the mill. “Some were stone and some were wood, we used the same materials to restore them,” says Winther. It took four months to complete the stabilization portion of the project. Cintec America Inc., out of Baltimore, installed an anchor system to reinforce the walls. Thanks to these measures, the mill is now open to visitors. “Since the stabilization of the mill, we have had a lot of people return items that were taken from the mill before the fire,” says Allhouse. Among them are flour bags from when the mill was in operation. To ensure quality restoration work, DTBG hires expert masons and cross trains everyone. After business hours, the craftsmen can be found in local museums studying projects to increase their ability to accurately complete their restorations. “For the ongoing restoration of the temple at James Madison’s Montpelier we were asked to duplicate historic materials. We broke down existing mortar to identify the original sand used in its construction, and were able to find the same sand in a nearby river. So we were able to recreate the mortar using the same materials,” explains Winther. Every detail is considered with the greatest attention. This level of detail and careful attention is given to every job DTBG takes on. Winter details, “Because we don’t want to rush projects, or spread our craftsmen too thin, we only take on two jobs at a time. This allows a project manager to be on site at all times.” Winther works with Mike Ondrick, one of their project managers, who came to DTBG with over 30 years experience as an architectural designer. The challenge of each new project excites Winther and Ondrick. “We look at a job and start to analyze how we are going to tackle the problem. For the Menokin project, the crew painstakingly traced wall stones to guarantee the


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same placement during their reconstruction efforts.” “Owners often make repairs that do more harm than good. For example, latex paint traps moisture which will ultimately erode the underlying masonry,” says Ondrick. DTBG’s job is to remove the paint and restore a structure using historically compatible materials to preserve it for the future. “We are often called by homeowners who are living in a historic home that has been in the same family for several generations. They want to retain the footprint of the house and repair any damage suffered over the years so the house remains in the family for years to come. Many times we are repairing areas that were previously worked on by contractors who

do not specialize in historic restorations,” says Ondrick. One of the more meaningful projects in their portfolio is St. Andrew’s Church in Roanoke. The group was called in to perform the masonry component of replacing the church steeples. “There were very few people in the church while we worked. Maybe a few clergymen and a handful of congregation members,” Winther remembers. “The magnitude of what we did became evident at the rededication, when the full congregation came back to the church for the first time. To see what the restoration of the church meant to so many people put what we do into perspective for me.” Winther reserves the final five

to ten minutes of each project to enjoy the fully restored structure and take it all in: “When the crew has cleared out and the job site has been cleaned up, the beauty of the restoration is fully revealed. That is the ‘wow’ time for me.” Back at the office, Lostracco jokingly refers to herself as “the bean counter.” She manages the day-to-day operations as well as marketing and customer relations. “Word of mouth is very important to us,” she says, “but the quality of the work is at the core of what we do. The project will be done 100 percent correctly, 100 percent of the time. That’s who we are.” When the crew returns from a job, another one is waiting and they head out again to help preserve history for future generations. ❖

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