Category Archives: Galt’s Mill site of the JRBF

Galt’s Mill Site – Sunday Morning – June 18, 2017.

Arriving at the Galt’s Mill site of the James River Batteau Festival a little before 7:00 AM, I saw the sun rising almost over the mountain in the distance. The campsite was busy with people getting ready for the day. … Continue reading

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JRBF-2016 Galt’s Mill to Bent Creek

Galt’s Mill was beautiful when I arrived Sunday Morning. The sun was out and the air was clear and cool. Some people said that they got cold during the night and that there was a big fog earlier. The batteaux … Continue reading

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Galt’s Mill – Sunday AM – Batteaux doing fine!

Everyone was doing good at Galt’s Mill this morning. The sun was shining, the water was clearing up, a great level and it just doesn’t get much better than that. Had a good visit on board the Debbie with Isasc … Continue reading

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Galt’s Mill – Saturday Evening

The campsite at Galt’s Mill was stretched down along the river between the river and the corn again this year, except the corn wasn’t as tall as last year yet. The bank was muddy and Lisa B. was happy to … Continue reading

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Wingina Site – 2012 JRBF News

The Batteau “Spirit of Buckingham” departs Wingina Tuesday Morning in route to Howardsville. Photos from Wingina: Wingina was laid back and beautiful as usual. Nothing could be fina than to be in Wingina so they say. Ond boy waiting for … Continue reading

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Galt’s Mill Site – 2012 JRBF News

Above: Ned Nelson cleaning the beautiful Cedar deck boards onboard the new Batteau “Fine Creek Mill”. The Galt’s Mill site of the 2012 James River Batteau Festival was nice and beautiful. The dark green stalks of the cornfield in the … Continue reading

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