This preserved colonial era farm is located near our community, so I picked it today as a good walk for our puppy. My lab is a very energetic canine and I keep him under control with his Chesapeake harness from BAYDOG. The GoshenFarm.org property actually belongs to Anne Arundel County Board of Education and sitsContinue reading “Walking my puppy at Goshen Farm”
This past Saturday I hit the trail and used my Under Armour mapmyride app to track it. Lesson learned: press Pause when you make a pit stop, like I did at the nice Ranger Station in Pasadena. This station was my half-way point. This is an amazing trail and will eventually connect to Sandy PointContinue reading “B&A bike trail from Annapolis”
The gang: Towson State Old Boys On November 29, 2020, myself and some old college rugby chums rode from Point of Rocks, Maryland, to Harpers Ferry and back on a crisp cold morning. Donning our COVID masks, we had an awesome time breaking a sweat and cracking some jokes. Will be going back again soon!Continue reading “C&O Canal Ride”
Today my dog and I had venison steak for lunch. Mine included eggs and cole slaw – his was served on the deck. While my wife and son rarely eat venison, I am sure Tucker will gladly join me anytime I cook it. 🙂 Venison is one of the most nutritious meats one can eat.Continue reading “Woods to Table”
This small park outside of Annapolis in Millersville was full of little surprises. With plenty of parking, paved trails, a long nature trail, ball fields, bathrooms and a playground, there is something for everyone. There is even a small, ancient family cemetery to gawk at. I wanted a quick place to walk my dog andContinue reading “Generals Highway Corridor Park, Millersville”
Saturday I picked up some pasture-raised lamb from nearby Hollywood Farm on the Broadneck peninsula. We baked the loins for lunch. Their lamb and more will be available at the Anne Arundel County farmers market, 275 Harry S Truman Pkwy, Annapolis. Very tasty!