Liquid Blue entertaining guests of the world famous Greenbrier luxury resort.
A total of 26 U.S. Presidents, both former and current, have stayed at The Greenbrier.
Inside the band entertains some 3000 or more distinguished guests.
During the Cold War, a secret Congressional bunker was built under the Greenbrier.
The bunker was built at the same time as the West Virginia Wing to disguise construction.
Everywhere is covered in the orange leaves of the West Virginia fall season.
Liquid Blue entertains at a four star and AAA Five Diamond Award winning luxury resort.
Greenbrier has been named the top resort & spa in the United States several times.
Nikki Green at the site of the 1862 Lewisburg battle of the Civil War.
Ex-President Bill Clinton and Ex-President George Bush Sr. both spoke at this event.
Liquid Blue performed with the bands Liquid Pleasure and Bjorn Again.
The Paint Bank General Store is located in the nearby town of Paint Bank, Virginia.
Agriculture and farming remain the largest single industry in Virginia.
Forests cover 65 percent of the state, primarily with deciduous, broad leaf trees.
Lewisburg United Methodist Church in historic downtown Lewisburg.
Nicknamed "The Mountain State" West Virginia is located within the Appalachian Mountain range.
The Greenbrier River is a part of the watershed of the Mississippi River.
It is heavily used for recreation, and is one of the longest rivers in West Virginia.
A visit to Organ Caves which go 2 miles underground and played a role during the Civil War.
A huge American flag nearly covers the side of this two-story building.
The last U.S. President to stay at The Greenbrier during presidency was Dwight Eisenhower.
Michael Vangerov contributes to the local ecology.
Scott Stephens and Michael Vangerov hiking Greenbrier River trail.
Nikki Green loves to find and play any piano where ever she goes.