Update 31 December 2013:
I’ve reverted to the old theme. While I really liked the new, modern, clean one, there was a loss of functionality, namely on the Crozet Calendar and other pages that I no longer have the time or knowledge to fix. While I’d love to update the theme to a 2014 style, what’s here works. Darn it.
It’s been a long time since I updated the design of RealCrozetVA and the new WordPress default theme tempted me.
I’m still finding and tweaking pages, layouts, and other such things, but so far I think it’s looking a bit better and it’s definitely better looking on mobile devices.
If you’re curious, this is what the site looked like two days ago.
Apparently, I haven’t updated the “About this Blog” page in some time either. Looks like I’ll be doing that this weekend as I think “potentially new grocery stores” was achieved almost five years ago.
Crozet is a unique place to live and there is much to talk about, much of it centered around the growth that we are experiencing. New restaurants, new developments, potentially new grocery stores … new neighbors … My vision for this blog sees this as a place to discuss Crozet’s goings-on, music and cultural events, local vineyards, politics, etc. Please be patient, and if anybody wants to help author or manage this, please let me know.
You may start here to learn a little bit about some of what has been happening in Crozet. I live and work in Crozet and want to facilitate community communication and help Crozet become an even better place to live.?
Ideally, Real Crozet VA will serve as a meeting/discussion point for growth issues, babysitter needs, car-pooling … whatever is needed. Ideas are welcomed; just contact Jim Duncan.