Historians find lots to love in Virginia – four presidential homes, more than a hundred battlefields, countless cemeteries, monuments and historic buildings. This year, the National Register of Historic Places added another spot in the Commonwealth – a swimming pool. Sandy Hausman reports on why it was honored.
The Blue Ridge Swim Club, just west of Charlottesville, is surrounded by an old growth forest, accessible by a one-lane, unpaved road. The pool the length of a football field and was built more than a hundred years ago according to owner Todd Barnett.