Andrew Hamilton writes about a meeting in March…

Thanks to Michael Robinson, we have arranged March 13 at 5 PM at the Hunter’s Head in Upperville, Va., as a time and place to celebrate Sam’s 378th birthday. So far Todd Bernhardt and wife and Rex Gordon have accepted, along with several of my family, Michael and myself. We cordially invite other Pepysians to join us in a venison pasty and a toast to Sam. RSVP to Andrew Hamilton at jahamiltonjr@gmail.com before Feb. 23 so we can be sure of adequate provender.

So, if you’re able to get there, drop Andrew a line!



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Terry Foreman  •  Link

That looks like a great plan and venue; thank you for planning this, Michael and Andrew!
(I hope to be there; I'll let you know.)

Terry Foreman  •  Link

Upperville is a small unincorporated town in Fauquier County, Virginia, United States, along U.S. Route 50 fifty miles from downtown Washington, D.C.. Founded in the 1790s along Pantherskin Creek, it was originally named Carrstown by first settler Josephus Carr. Through an 1819 Act passed by the Virginia General Assembly, the name was changed to Upperville. John Updike wrote of Upperville in his sardonic 1961 poem Upon Learning That a Town Exists Called Upperville. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upperville,_Virginia

John Updike, “Upon Learning That a Town Exists in Virginia Called Upperville,” appeared in the New Yorker on May 20, 1961. http://blog.encyclopediavirginia.org/2012/05/i-...

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