Monday, July 30, 2007

Virginia Draft

“Draft” according to an Old Virginia lexicon, is a local name for “creek.” It appears this definition of draft is exclusive to the mountain regions of Virginia (Stuart's Draft, Ramsey's Draft).


Here in the coastal region “Draft” is a local name for “Harlan.” Here he is in southern Chesapeake pulling me through the cornfields. (left photo)

And then there's
this Virginia Draft.

3 comments:

Kevin said...

two very fine drafts indeed!

chris d said...

I must agree with my esteemed colleague, Sir Dog.

D-bo!!! said...

harlan is all about the draft....