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hope you’re having a wonderful summer. Mine’s been great so far, filled with rugby matches and road trips to their far-flung locations. I like this time of year; I get to see my son play and I get to discover the towns and cities he’s playing in. He runs up and down the pitch in spectacular physical condition, and I eat my way through Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the City of Philadelphia and, most recently, Atlantic City. Please, no one talk to me about bathing suit season! When my sons were younger, though, we kept our road trips and summer excursions closer to home. I think that’s why I absolutely love, and hope you’ll love, the features in this issue’s special Summer Fun section. From Christine Craddock’s heartwarming piece on family camping trips, to a roundup of the food trucks delivering summer’s favorite dishes, to Frannie Barnes’ “Summer of LOVE” recap of her family’s road trips to several of the LOVE signs across our region, each reminds me of things we did when my boys were younger and inspires me to suggest we do them now. (They’re 27 and 20, so I’m unsure they’ll want to explore LOVE signs with me, but you can bet I’m going to ask!) Happy reading, happy summer. Stay safe, wear sunscreen, and enjoy!

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A Dynamic Twist on American Fare

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Trucking In Great Taste

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Summer of LOVE

Hiking and History and Nature, Oh My!

Keep Prince William Beautiful

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Summer Safety

Staying safe while beating the heat

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weet, sweet summertime. For kids and teenagers, summer break means three months of glorious freedom from homework, studying and early wake up calls. Adults and kids alike hear “summer” and think of vacations, pool parties, grilling out and general time outside — what’s not to like, right? Well, as the saying goes, “it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt.” Karla Lacayo, MD, an emergency medicine provider at Novant Health UVA Health System Haymarket Medical Center and Novant Health UVA Health System Prince William Medical Center, discusses some of the injuries emergency departments see during the summer months and tips for preventing them.

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Sports Injuries No kid wants to be stuck in a cast in the summer heat, but according to Dr. Lacayo, some of the most frequently treated summer injuries are for sports-related accidents. Kids and families are outside riding bikes, skateboards and hoverboards (yes, hoverboard injuries have skyrocketed in recent years). Those who aren’t paying attention or riding without protective gear put themselves at high risk for accidents and injuries. “As soon as summer rolls around, we treat a large number of broken bones, contusions and head injuries,” said Dr. Lacayo. “It’s important to wear helmets and knee/elbow pads, obey the rules of the road and be aware of your surroundings.” Heat-related Illness Speaking of being aware of

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your environment, check the forecast before heading outside. “When temperatures hit 90plus degrees, we advise people to ease into physical activity and make sure they stay hydrated with not only water, but also electrolyte replacement fluids,” said Dr. Lacayo. “Even with increased intake of fluids, intense physical activity in extreme temperatures can be dangerous. Nausea, headaches, dizziness and cramping are all signs that you should slow down.” In some instances, heat exhaustion and dehydration can warrant visits to the emergency room. Heat strokes, however, always require immediate medical attention. Signs of heat stroke include vomiting, confusion, hallucinations and gait imbalance. Insect Bites Though not necessarily an injury, Dr. Lacayo also notes that emergency departments treat more symptoms and diseases related to bug bites in the warmer months, when insect populations thrive. “Virginia is an endemic area for Lyme disease. If you find a tick on your body, remove it immediately and monitor the area for rashes, which are an early sign of Lyme disease. We also see cases of the mosquito-transmitted West Nile virus every summer. Get in the habit of applying insect repellent when you’re outside, especially in wooded or grassy areas, or near water sources,” said Dr. Lacayo. If you experience vomiting, difficulty breathing, fever or a rash after contact with an insect, visit the nearest emergency room immediately. Burns Fireworks and grilling out are fun ways to celebrate

Independence Day. Unfortunately, unsafe behaviors also make them two of the biggest causes of emergency room visits for burn treatment. “People set off fireworks and sparklers to celebrate the Fourth of July and sadly, we usually see a few cases of children with burns.” said Dr. Lacayo. “It’s also a big holiday for grilling, so we also see injuries from improper grill use or accidental contact with the hot surface.” For your safety, and the safety of others, neither fireworks nor grills should be used under the influence of alcohol. Water-Related Injuries Dr. Lacayo also advises avoiding alcohol around water. Though she says drowning incidents are relatively infrequent, being near the water in an intoxicated or drowsy state puts people at higher risk for drowning or other injuries. Boats, jet skis, water skis or other water-sport equipment should never be operated after you’ve been drinking. The old folk wisdom that says, “don’t swim for 30 minutes after you eat,” isn’t entirely factual. Light snacking before swimming is generally well tolerated, Dr. Lacayo confirmed, but heavy meals that could cause cramping or drowsiness should be avoided or given plenty of time to digest. Summer is a fun time of year, but it comes with its share of risks. Spend more time enjoying the season and less time in the emergency room by making safety and preparedness a priority this summer. For more information about Novant Health UVA Health System Haymarket Medical Center’s emergency department please visit novanthealthuva.org. ❖


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I am amazed how so many HGBA members go out of their way to approach you and ask about your business. Being welcomed with open arms has helped me spread the word about our programs, and it is encouraging to see so many people in the local business community supporting small non-profits like KPWB. What’s one business tip you can offer other professionals?

Always follow up with people. Be it a highschool student in need of service hours or a potential program sponsor, I make sure to follow up quickly because anyone who reaches out to us deserves our full attention.

Lynda Kummelt, far left front row, surrounded by volunteers from the Navy and Marines at Quantico, students from GMU, board member Kelly Easterly, and several members of the community.

What is your favorite season in this area, and why?

My favorite season in this area is spring. After the cold weather, KPWB ramps up all our programs and our fundraiser. Volunteers come out of hibernation to help with our Great Prince William Cleanup in April, along with many community cleanups organized by communities all over the county. Our fundraiser takes place at the beautiful Winery at La Grange and gives us a chance to showcase all the great work we have done over the past year, not to mention sit

back and enjoy good food and wine with our incredible group of supporters. What was your first job, or your most interesting job prior to your current profession?

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SUMMER FOOD

RED BONE FUSION CARIBBEAN For Gainesville local Chris Pryce, cooking is a family affair, having learned lots from his mother who worked in the catering industry. She helped him launch his own catering business and Caribbean-American fusion food truck, which is now making

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Time was when summer meant the arrival of the ice cream man. These days it’s all about the arrival of the food trucks. You can find them at wineries, breweries, private parties, country clubs, and sometimes parked right outside your office. To whet your appetite, we’ve profiled three of our favorites here. Ready to give them a try in person? Most post their schedules on social media. Enjoy!

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regular appearances across the region. After studying accounting, Pryce noticed the trend in food trucks. “My mom had a catering business. I invited her over and she shared her experience and expertise with me.” The concept for his menu became “blending American favorites with popular Caribbean dishes.” Jerk seasoning is an integral ingredient in Caribbean cuisine, so once he had perfected his homemade jerk sauce, tacos and wraps became a standout menu item, suitable to all tastes. “A lot of people assume that Caribbean food is spicy,” says Pryce,” but it’s actually very mild.” He seasons chicken thighs, slow cooked and pulled apart, served over flour tortillas with provolone cheese, jerk sauce, spinach and shredded cabbage. Most dishes are served with plantains, red beans and rice or fries. Red Bone’s menu is available in the Haymarket area through GrubHub, but look for the truck at Quantico Marine base, Dominion Valley Country Club and at this year’s Haymarket Day on October 19th. Keep up with the truck! On Facebook at @redbonecf, and on Instagram and Twitter at @redbonecaribbeancatering.

JOHNNY MONARCH’S Passing through Marshall, some may do a double-take when they see a British double-decker bus parked back off the main road. Look closer and notice that the long-hauler, which used to run the Yorkshire to Manchester route, has been converted to a “bustaurant” as owner Brian Lichorowic likes to call it. Lichorowic has lived in Middleburg for over 25 years. He calls himself “an old internet guy,” describing his earlier career; this, he says, is his “2.0 in life.” Serving a fun menu, Johnny Monarch’s offers both foods that are “really good for you, and really, really bad for you.” Lichorowic and co-owner Lorie Addison took inspiration for some of the lighter menu options from the United States Olympic Committee training table including recipes suitable for a vegan water polo player alongside more calorific options like “Steak Me Away” ($18), three quarters of a pound of shaved ribeye with cheese and grilled mushrooms, onions and peppers served with Johnny cakes drizzled with local honey made by his brother. Lichorowic and Addison are planning the arrival of a second bus on the premises – this one will be a bar area with an open platform on top, situated around an outdoor dining area and stage. A list of summer events, concerts and performances are already being planned for what Lichorowic describes as a “unique piece of community” in the middle of Marshall. Keep up with the truck! On Facebook at @johnnymonarchs.

Founded in Historic Manassas and serving hot spots across the DMV, the idea for The Frenchman Food Truck was born at a window seat in a French bistro on a snowy Saturday afternoon in New York City in February 2015. Owner Johnnie Thomas and his wife, Marie, were on vacation and he was contemplating becoming his own boss. During lunch, sitting behind them at the bistro, an elderly French gentleman was alone and fully enjoying life. Johnnie was inspired by the man’s lively energy and spirit. He leaned over to his wife and whispered, "If I open a business of our own, I'm going to name it after him." To which she replied, "You don't know his name." “Yes, I do,” said Johnnie. “He's The Frenchman." Since that fateful day, The Frenchman has been crafting French food with a Virginia accent much to the delight of all who’ve experienced it. Find The Frenchman on June 15 from 12-8pm at Old Bust Head Brewing Company in Warrenton. Keep up with the truck! On Facebook at @FrenchmanFoodTruck.

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LOVEwork at Luray Caverns Truth be told, our first foray with the LOVEworks signs began six years ago at Luray Caverns. The kids were much younger and loved climbing on it, and we loved the new and fun photo op.

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f you’ve traveled on major highways like Route 66, I-95, I-64 you’ve seen the white metal LOVE signs at the rest stops. Even downtown Manassas has one at the train tracks. We’ve been known to take a family selfie at these signs, and two summers ago I was inspired to research their origin and our state’s slogan, “Virginia is for Lovers.” I discovered that Virginia’s “LOVEworks” campaign is comprised of more than 140 LOVE signs and each represents the culture of its community. Always trying to keep my family active (or as my husband might argue, not letting anyone rest), I decided in June of 2017 that we were going to hit as many LOVE signs as we could within a two-hour drive. Thus began our “Summer of Love.”

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LOVEwork at Airlie Airie is a hotel and conference center in Warrenton that, in addition to being a historic building, is a pioneer among environmentally friendly hotels. Their LOVEwork sign was the first in Warrenton, and true to its reputation, is constructed with 95% recycled material. In the L are wine bottles, the O is an old farm tractor tire, the V is a trellis with vines growing in it and reminiscent of the Pont des Art Bridge in Paris, the E allows ‘love locks’ to be attached. After couples bring their lock and attach it, there is a special box in the tractor tire used to throw away the key. (Very romantic!)

LOVEwork at Culpeper Depot Despite its incorrectly spelled name (there really ought to be two p’s in pepper), Culpeper has a fascinating history. It was originally named Fairfax; was a crossroads for armies marching through Virginia during the Civil War; and is home to The State Theater, an art deco theater opened in 1938. The theater has had several lives, including playing a part during segregation and being reborn and partnering with The Library of


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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP, RIGHT: The LOVEwork signs in Purcellville, Orange, Leesburg, Culpeper, Liberty Mills, and at Morias Vineyard.

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LOVEwork in Leesburg In Leesburg, there’s an entrance to the W&OD (Washington & Old Dominion Railroad) trail, well-known for bikers and trail runners. The LOVE sign here was designed by a local artist and metal fabricator and is made of wheels and tire spokes.

juncture in the Civil War and as such, the “Great Road” was constructed to connect the city to Leesburg and eventually on to Alexandria, as the precursor to the W&OD trail. Sadly many of Purcellville’s historic buildings were destroyed in two fires, but the town was able to survive thanks to the railroad. The historic train station was a treat and you can learn more about the city in it.

LOVEwork in Purcellville At the end of the W&OD trail is Purcellville. The Purcellville LOVEworks sign represents Loudoun County’s winery industry and has wine labels and corks from all 35 Loudoun wineries and art from local artists as well. Purcellville is an old town, founded in the 1740s, and we found that it was chock full of boutiques and antique stores that our entire family enjoyed exploring. (It must be noted that the adults did not care so much for finding relics from our childhood in said “antique” stores.) It too was a critical

LOVEwork at Morias Vineyard Bonus - we went to a winery and it had a LOVEwork sign! No history here, but, this particular winery is constructed completely out of cement, even the sign.

Orange County is best known for being home to James Madison, father of our Constitution and his home, Montpelier. The LOVE sign was constructed by a local blacksmith and the L is representative of the Constitution, the O represents the civil war and the county’s involvement in it, the V has vines representing Orange County’s wine industry and the E has horseshoes representing the equestrian history and culture of the area. The sign and Orange County’s beautiful historic buildings were fun to explore.

LOVEwork in Liberty Mills Farm This LOVEwork sign was a tricky one to find. Waze steered us in the wrong direction and we were driving around farmland for quite some time until we located it. Set on Virginia’s largest corn maze (25 acres!), Liberty Mills Farm also has pick your own strawberries and produce. The sign is a nod to Virginia’s agricultural heritage and growing agri-tourism.

I’ll admit that I now understand our state slogan. Virginia is full of rich history, agriculture, emerging environmental efforts and let’s not forget the wineries. I encourage you map out a trip like this. We spent countless hours in the car without staring at screens, actually talking to each other (except for the occasional car nap), and at times it felt like we were driving through a movie set – the towns were so beautiful! It’s one of the best memories I have of time spent with my family and what’s not to LOVE about family time? ❖

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My family began camping more often and whoever was able to join us would meet at whatever campground was decided on in Virginia, Maryland, or Pennsylvania. This became a way for us to get together away from all of our busy, life responsibilities. With no distractions, there is nothing standing in the way of conversations and making memories. My parents then purchased a camper, which

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about waking up in nature, with the birds chirping and the sounds of a campground awakening. The smell of fresh coffee brewing makes you want to get up early and we all gather around in our pajamas and messy hair to enjoy the best part of waking up. If we’re lucky, the kids sleep a little bit longer and then appear and begin asking for breakfast. By now, you can smell which fellow campers are making bacon over the fire or frying eggs. My dad’s coffee and my mom’s biscuits and gravy are the best breakfast for me though. Once the food is hot, we all line up and fill our plates and talk about what the day will bring. Before a trip, we plan out meals and make sure we have what we need and that everyone contributes and commits to making a lunch or dinner. The recipes we choose are designed to spend the least amount of time cooking, which has been much easier now with the portable Instant Pot - a staple for camping - and electric skillets. One favorite camp food is walking tacos. While the recipes vary, it is basically a delicious twist on tacos that involves eating out of individual chip bags. Everyone makes their own version by choosing which toppings they want. Kids love it too because… well… tacos. One of our family traditions is taking a Halloween camping trip each Fall. Many campgrounds host Halloween-themed weekends in October. The kids dress up and trick-or-treat through the whole campground, and then participate in costume contests, pumpkin carving, crafts, and so much more. Nature is particularly beautiful in the fall, and just being in it makes the weekend that much more enjoyable. When choosing a campground, there are a few factors that will make your decision for you. One is location. Here in Virginia, there are so many within a reasonable drive that this might not narrow it down for you. Seasoned campers know the ins and outs of each campground and even where the best sites are. But for beginners, sometimes you just have to start slow and learn as you go. I never would have thought I’d enjoy tent camping so for years we stayed in cabins. Some campgrounds have many cabin options, but others don’t. Some cabins have the bare minimum while others have refrigerators and bathrooms. And don’t let anyone tell you this is ‘glamping’ - the time spent outdoors is still time well spent. For tent camping and basic cabins, proximity to the bathhouse is pretty essential. For cabins with more amenities, you may want to look at the campground map and choose the one closest to where you think you’ll spend more of your time or decide whether you want to be in a quiet area or a more busy one. At Yogi Bear’s Jellystone in Luray, we loved the cabins at the edge of a large field near the outdoor movie theatre and playground. But at Harpers Ferry KOA, we stayed conveniently close to the pool. Greenville Family Farm right here in Haymarket may be a great option for trying out camping but there are no cabins. Our first tent camping experience was at Ramblin Pines in Maryland where we were down the street from the jumping pillow but close to the bathhouse. More recently we camped in Bull Run Regional Park on a cul-de-sac near the bathhouse and the playground. The kids rode bikes and played for hours. There is a nighttime nature walk through the trails and animal adventure groups. My 11-year-old son talked for weeks about the snake he held around his neck and the many creatures we saw in the woods. At least once a week my three-year-old asks when we are going camping again. I was happy to tell her about the reservations we booked at the Cape Charles KOA this July. Our long weekend at this resort campground with a private beach on the Chesapeake Bay is sure to be another opportunity to make cherished memories with the ones we love most. ❖


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The Brownsville Picnic Area TRACK Trail Adventure is an easy .4-mile loop featuring open field, wetland, and woodland habitat with views of Young’s Branch. The three adventures to track on this trail include Nature’s Hide n’ Seek, Birds of the Greater Washington, D.C. Area and Manassas Need for Trees. The brochures for each trail and adventure can be found online at kidsinparks.com. And if your family likes to travel, they can even find other TRACK Trails across the country to add to their collection. You can grab a trail map at the visitor’s center that highlights the eight different trails and their mileage. Hikes at the Battlefield aren’t technical or steep and most all are easily accessible to young children. There are also horse trails, picnic areas, public restrooms and drinking water accessible to all.

The Scout Ranger Programs provide lots of opportunities for summer fun.

Junior Ranger Program

The Manassas National Battlefield Park Junior Ranger Program is a fun way to keep your child learning about history while exploring the park. This program is for kids three to 12-years-old and takes between one and two hours to complete. There are different activities suggested for different ages. The Junior Ranger book is free and available at the Henry Hill Visitor’s Center, where a guide will explain the book to your child. The book features activities like word searches and puzzles and takes your child through the park to find the answers. When your child finishes the assignments and turns in their completed book, they are sworn in as an official Junior Ranger and receive a badge. Their journey doesn’t end there. The National Park Service has a website called WebRangers that is specifically for kids to learn more about the National Parks. The park volunteers truly love what they do and enjoy answering questions from curious kids.

Scout Ranger Programs

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Service, Girl Scouts of the United States of America and Boy Scouts of America/Scouts BSA to encourage scouts to participate in educational and/or volunteer service projects in National Parks; to increase awareness of the National Parks; and to provide the opportunity to protect our natural and cultural resources. Through these programs scouts can earn a Resource Stewardship Certificate or Badge at Manassas Battlefield by completing 10 hours of service and the respective requirements for each badge/certificate. Opportunities offered to scouts for these programs include: • Attending a Ranger Lead Tour of the Manassas National Battlefield Park • Attending an environmental educational program • Volunteering for service projects • Completing the Junior Ranger program, and/or • Hiking one or both TRACK Trails

Since these programs are in partnership with the National Parks Service, they don’t need to be completed at the same National Park. Your scout can begin at Manassas National Battlefield and finish at another park. The Scout programs offer additional options that can be tailored to meet a scout or troop’s needs. For more information on the Scout Programs, contact the park’s volunteer coordinator at 703-361-1339.

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If your kids are interested in really seeing what it was like on the Battlefield during the Civil War, there are numerous Living History demonstrations that take place on Henry Hill throughout the summer. Historical reenactors dress in authentic uniforms and this summer the Battlefield offers the 158th anniversary commemoration of the First Manassas [Battle] and the 157th anniversary commemoration of the Second Manassas [Battle]. The schedule and full details are available at https://www.nps.gov/ mana/planyourvisit/living-history.htm. Plan a trip, (or two, or three) to the Battlefield and see what you and your family can discover (and score!) this summer. ❖


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More news on Measles Measles reports have been cropping up in communities across the nation, and Haymarket’s hospital was included in one recent alert in Northern Virginia. The Virginia Department of Health issued a health alert after a patient who visited Haymarket Medical Center on Sunday, June 2, tested positive for measles. Measles is a highly contagious illness that is spread through coughing, sneezing, and contact with droplets from the nose, mouth or throat of an infected individual, health officials noted. Residents with additional questions about the measles health alert can call 571-233-7314. For more information on measles, visit www.vdh.virginia.gov/epidemiology/ epidemiology-fact-sheets/measles-rubeola/.

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