As summer quickly turns into fall everyone here in the mountain state ready ourselves for our long winter. All though most enjoy the wonderful summer that we have, myself, I enjoy the fall and winters. The fall foliage here in West Virginia is just one of the many reasons that folks refer to our great state as to “Almost Heaven”. To us, it seems West Virginia is one of very few states that actually has all four seasons ( most say all in one week ).
Our Photo’s today come from the beautiful town of Troy West Virginia. Troy is an unincorporated community in Gilmer County, West Virginia. Troy is located on West Virginia Route 47 along Leading Creek, 7 miles northeast of Glenville. The community was named after John Troy, a pioneer settler who served as the first postmaster.