Harpers Ferry West Virginia is a beautiful historic town where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers meet. It’s a busy tourist town with a population of only 286 people. This area is a huge outdoor recreation destination. Popular activities are camping, white water rafting, fishing, mountain biking, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking and rock climbing. Read More
Traveling has opened doors for us to spend significant amount of time with our families this summer. In september we were able to spend the month with Danielle’s family in Maryland.
I’ve witnessed some odd things in my day but our visit to Dogfish Head Brewery made my top 10 list. It was an Intergalactic Bocci Ball Tournament. It was a big event where teams can come in and play in costume. The buildings on the property are very creative and unique and really adds to the oddness of the event. If you’re ever in the area I encourage you to check this place out! Read More
Dewey Beach is a small Beach town in Delaware. It’s just a few miles away from larger Rehoboth Beach. Both towns are big tourist attractions and great Beach getaways. Two restaurants we really enjoy are the Rusty Rudder and The Lighthouse. Read More
Traveling constantly has it’s challenges, one of them is finding a trustworthy boarder and groomer for your dog. Online reviews have been a great way to get a feel for what our dog will go through while visiting. We were very lucky to find Blue Dog Boarding and Daycare to give The Traveling Pomeranian the spa treatment she deserves! They were recognized as the Best of Best for Dog Boarding and Daycare by the Washingtonian Magazine.
Let’s face it, we’re all busy with our daily lives and dropping your dog off is usually one of the chores we’d like to push aside. Don’t worry, Blue Dog has you covered, they have a shuttle service and will pick up your dog if you’re in Washington DC, Bethesda, Kensington, Chevy Chase, Potomac, Rockville, Gaithersburg and Olney. Read More
Needwood Lake is located in Rockville, Maryland. It’s great for hiking, fishing, or mountain biking. The walking/biking path around the lake is well kept and most of the way you have a great view of the lake. There is little elevation gain so it’s a hike anyone can do, even The Traveling Pomeranian. Read More
Wow, Cape Henlopen State Park is a hidden gem! Located at the edge of Delaware staring at New Jersey this beautiful State Park has everything you need to get away whether it’s quiet camping, surfing at Herring Point, Biking near Gordon’s Pond, exploring the ww2 history at Fort Miles, or just relaxing on the Beach watching the Dolphins play near the Lighthouse. Read More