Alexandria, Va. Arlington, Va. Ashburn, Va. Bluemont, Va. Burke, Va. Fairfax, Va. Falls Church, Va. Leesburg, Va. Mount Vernon, Va. McLean, Va. Purcellville, Va. Vienna, Va. Washington, D.C. Burnham, Pa. Claysburg, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Lewistown, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Dickinson, Md. Rockville, Md. Welden, N.C. Wilson, N.C. Avalon, N.J. Stone Harbor, N.J. Tuckahoe, N.J. Conway, S.C.
Tag Archives: The South
NEAR WILSON, N.C. — Driving down Interstate 95 south of Washington D.C. and especially Richmond, Va. isn’t the most scenic ride.* The land is generally flat, the road barely curves, every interchange looks the same and there are no sizable towns. I was not relishing the North Carolina portion of our drive to the South
“Where are you taking yours too?” ‘Alexandria, Va.’ “Baltimore, Md.” WILSON, N.C. — That’s a brief conversation I had with someone as my family paid for lunch and several pounds of take-out at Parker’s Barbecue. The restaurant has a cult following up and down the I-95 corridor; I’ve already blogged about it previously, but figured
PAWLEY’S ISLAND, S.C. — When I saw the sign claiming that Sam’s Corner was world famous for its hot dogs, I figured it was worth investigating. Now, I had not heard of it, but I figured I would have to see if it was worth while. My dad and I went there after a day