A Christmas Weekend Getaway in Winston-Salem

  1. Genie Carr says:

    Thanks for the great piece on Winston-Salem. I’ve lived here for 40-plus years, and still learned a lot from reading this. (One note: The Reynolds family—that is to say, Katharine—built Reynolda as their home, not as a vacation home.) Y’all come visit!

    • Lindsay Ferrier says:

      Thanks for catching that! I should have called it a country home and I’ve edited the post to reflect that. 🙂

  2. Shamika Hardy says:

    Beautiful getaway Winston Salem.

  3. Heather says:

    Great article about our little city! We love it and can’t imagine living anywhere else!

  4. Lindsay Ferrier says:

    Heather, I always tell my husband the proof I really loved visiting a city is when I find myself looking up local house listings later — and that definitely happened with Winston-Salem! 😂

  5. Annie Jenkins says:

    Having attended Salem College in the late 60s and having lived happily in Winston- Salem for over 40 years, I am so happy to see all of the dynamic development we have experienced in recent years. I have loved this city for a long time, but I must say, it is a really fine place to live these days, for snyone – old, young, married, single, etc.

  6. Lindsay says:

    Agreed, Annie! How fun Salem College must have been!

  7. Gale Ketteler says:

    We moved from the Midwest to the Triad four years ago & have lived in #DTWS two years. We LOVE it here! I agree wholeheartedly with everything you said, and there’s still tons more for visitors and locals-alike to explore and enjoy. Lucky for us, we can step out the door and walk to nearly every spot you mentioned. Please do come back!

  8. Lindsay Ferrier says:

    How wonderful, Gale! My dream is to one day live in a place where I can walk to restaurants, shops, etc.

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