Date/Time

Saturday, October 6th, 2018 | 8:30am - 10:00am

Where We Will Meet

Tug McGraw Foundation Brain Food Garden next to Ball Field

Where The Walk Will End

The Tug McGraw Foundation Brain Food Garden

About This Walk

Imagine you and your camera being guided on a historical photowalk tour in the heart of Napa Valley by our nation’s veterans. They will be your “imagery guide” to the oldest and largest of eight California homes. The home was established in 1884 by veterans of the Civil and Mexican American Wars.  The walking tour will include: The 1918 Armistice Chapel that was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, The home’s cemetery where nearly 6ooo men and women have been laid to rest, including four Medal of Honors, and the Arboretum that includes trees from all over the world. After your tour, you will have the opportunity to re-group in the Tug McGraw Foundation’s Brain Food Garden, enjoy delights provided by the foundation and chat about your images!

Bring comfortable shoes and water. The entire campus is wheelchair accessible.

 

Drum Roll…Fred selected the winning submissionOctober 16th, 2018

To view: https://www.tugmcgraw.org/blog/it-s-a-big-world-out-there
Again, we want to thank you all and hope you will join us again next year. Please stay in touch!

Thank you and Photo Wrap-upOctober 9th, 2018

VHCY Photowalkers-
First and foremost, we would like to say thank your for the time you spent with us at the Veterans Home. Please send your images to Jennifer@tugmcgraw.org. Lastly, Fred thank you for your thoughtful comments that you prepared for the group.

“A tear contains an ocean. A photographer is aware of the tiny moments in a persons life that reveal greater truths.”— Anonymous

Warmly,
Jenn

Tomorrow’s PhotowalkOctober 5th, 2018

Greetings fellow photographers,

We look forward to seeing all of you tomorrow! The weather is going to be beautiful, the trees are turning and the grounds are looking spectacular.

My cell if you have any problems finding the location 707-363-1026

Jennifer Brusstar
CEO, The Tug McGraw Foundation

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