Much Better than Fair!

September 25, 2022

One of my favorite places on earth is “Fair Hill” park in northeastern Maryland. Technically “Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area” this 5700 acres of rolling countryside was assembled by William duPont, Jr. in the 20th century so he had adequate space to foxhunt and train racehorses. The state thankfully purchased it from his estate, […]

Clear Track Ahead?

July 24, 2022

It has taken nearly a year to get there, but I’m finally back doing some of my favorite things. On July 15, a friend and I covered some of the Lower Trail again. On a beautiful day like this I can hardly stand to be inside. I realize there are not an infinite number of […]