Continuing to travel south in order to avoid the inevitable looming freeze on the horizon, we said goodbye to Alexandra's family in New Jersey and made a short trip down to Frederick, Maryland, where we would stay for a couple of nights.
Frederick is an interesting place. It is in commuting distance to Washington, DC as well as Baltimore, but doesn't have that generic, cookie-cutter suburbia feel. The driveway where we moochdocked was in a community literally nestled in between rolling green hills. There are nine state and national parks in the area, offering residents many different ways to be active and get outside. We spent part of a day wandering downtown Frederick's streets and were charmed by the architecture, history and diversity of shops on every corner. We were equally envious of the large Wegmans market that recently opened as the variety of independent restaurants offering dining opportunities with genuine, local flair.Read More