A Northern Virginia County that begain between 1725 and 1730 whem the area was owmed by Lord Fairfax. Loudoun, like many Virginian counties, has a large weatlth of historical markers and sites, most concetrated on the more rual western end of the county. Some historical credits include many battle sites, as well as Mosby's Rangers, and the western end's Quaker architecture. Loudoun County has recently been titled as the Country's richest county and is the 8th fastest growing county in the nation as of March 2006 as stated by the United states Census Bureau. The county seat has been Leeseburg since 1757
Loudoun is often know as L.C. or Lo.Co. by those familiar with the area
I am going to be back in Lo.Co. this weekend, lets visit the Mosby Heritage Area, there are some good vineyard out that way.
Wendy Pepper from Project Runway lives in Loudoun County