One of my favorite trips of 2016 was a last minute getaway to Virginia and Western MD that we took over Memorial Day Weekend. While hiking Old Rag in Shenandoah National Park was pretty spectacular, the highlight for me, just because of the absurd uniqueness of it, was the riverboarding session we did in Deep Creek
I generally don’t do much for Valentine’s Day, so don’t have a ton of Valentine’s Day memories, good or bad, like you would with Christmas, Thanksgiving, or Halloween. To the chagrin of my mother, I’m perennially single, and so typically don’t really have the need to really even celebrate. I also have a healthy dose
Sometimes getting off the beaten path and exploring an area’s lesser known attractions and “living like the locals” is the preferred way to travel. However the path is beaten for a reason and that was reinforced for me this weekend during a stay in Baltimore’s inner harbor. A group of friends and I headed down to
Would you believe me if I told you there’s an island located right here in the United States, that’s so cut-off, so remote that inhabitants speaks an English dialect extinct in every other part of the road since the 1700’s? Would you find this story even less believable if I told you that this island was not
Preakness once again came and went and a full week later I feel like I’m still feeling it’s effects. The Infield will do that to you. We did Preakness a little different this year. In the past we took a bus trip out of Philadelphia but this year, for various reasons, we decided to stay
I’m a sucker for a good harbor town and duly impressed by military pomp and circumstance. Annapolis Maryland has both of these, and since Preakness is this weekend, I’m Maryland-theming the blog. Annapolis, a town of just under 40,000, is located on the Chesapeake Bay just 26 miles south of Baltimore and 29 miles east of Washington DC, is
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