A Capitol City Ferry Tale

A century ago, Charleston was treated to a pageant of homes over land and water. This story was originally published in the August 2023 issue of Wonderful West Virginia. To subscribe, visit wonderfulwv.com. Written by Pam Kasey Photography Courtesy of John Eichleay Collection, West Virginia State Archives If you’re from the Charleston

Fish Tales

Fishing is a long-loved tradition in West Virginia, and that very first fish is something few forget. It’s almost a rite of passage among our hills and hollers, with stories that are always eager to be shared—some with a few lessons wrapped up in them.