|Montpelier, Madison's Home|
|View of the Blue Ridge Mountains|
|Montpelier's Formal Garden|
|The Nickel's view of Monticello|
|James and Dolly Madison|
|Jefferson's experimental gardens where he liked to try|
new plants to see how they might fare in
Virginia's climate. Now used to keep old varieties
of plants producing seeds for the future.
|One of four "necessaries" in the underground work areas|
of Monticello. All were connected to a 'tube' that
emptied out onto the hillside.
|Inside one of the below ground kitchens.|
Taken at Monticello but Montpelier's kitchens
were almost the same.
|Some of the nice countryside near|
Montpelier. The area around Monticello is
fairly built up as the University of Virginia
is in the town below, Jefferson was most proud
of his role in starting that University.