Travel Blogs from Frederick
By: Hope Alexander
It is an exciting day as we have arrived at our first location. Here at Camp David in Frederick County, Maryland. This place was almost sacred in that it made such peace so many years ago. In your bones, you can almost feel the way that serenity settled around the countries. ...
I spent the day sorting & packing clothes, shoes, etc. How much roughing it is too much roughing it? (aka, how many times can Charlie wear that same pair of underwear?) I think I have it sorted into two paper grocery bag sized bags for all of our clothes, and a couple of boxes with binoculars, walkie talkies, and bug spray, etc.
I am sure I have forgotten something, but I am sure we can buy it along the way!
2 more days!
... more miles later we came up on a road called MacArthur Drive. This road took us to a Visitors Center at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. After parking the car we saw a number of civil war reenactment Soldiers that were in camped along the Canal. Those Soldiers were practicing various individual maneuvers from the Union Army manual of arms. There were about 25 dress soldiers and they had their tents set up near the closed Visitors Center. Crossing that canal, ...
Flying Dog Brewery
4607 Wedgewood Blvd.
Frederick, MD 21703
Before you come around the bend towards the brewery, "The Doghouse," you can smell the beer brewing and wafting toward you. We pulled up and headed into the offices and was greeted by the front desk staff person. She informed us that tours were suspended and no one was around at the time to speak with ...
After little sleep worrying about Tully constantly getting out of his sleeping bag, we packed up early and set off down the road for the South entrance to Yellowstone . Along the way we stopped at the bath house to get a much needed shower. All clean and full tummies later, we traveled south through the ...