Lynchburg: Villa of Kriselea

It's also known as the Villa Maria.

Nearly 13,000 square feet, this historic home was built in the early 1900s and is set on ten acres. It's now owned by a California couple who rescued the estate from the auction block.

Stunning, despite the fact that the grounds need some grooming.

I marveled at the architecture of this part of Virginia, as well as the topography. Like being in a Southern-style rain forest.

But that's the extent of my touristy photos, as I spent the past week helping my son (who is recovering from ACL surgery) settle into in his new mancave. He's just beginning an exciting phase of his life: Graduate school. Specifically he's a student in the doctor of physical therapy program at Lynchburg College, and now preoccupied with 'gross anatomy.'

Or, as I think of it, "Corpses 101."

LC, DPT Class of 2015


Anonymous said...

Awesome! Way to go, LW! (Hope the recovery is going well, too. Robert tore his ACL 2 months after we got married. Fun times.)

Melanie said...

Anonymous? Oops. It's me, Mel. :)

TCC said...

Teehee ... Hi Mama Mel. Thanks.

Poor Robert. ACL tears are terrible.

Kenneth said...

Speedy recovery!!! I hope all goes well at Lynchburg.

TCC said...

Thanks, Ken. It's been two months since the surgery but he's still gimpy and will need to continue his rehab. I had no idea it was so drawn out and painful; it's made me rethink youth sports, as ACL injuries have become increasingly common.

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