Monthly Archives: April 2012

Revolutionary Soup

I was intending to scout a new route out of Sperryville, on a lot of gravel hugging the eastern base of the central section of Shenandoah Park. But then I got a hankering for soup — from a favorite hole … Continue reading

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‘Three Babes in the Woods’

On the first Saturday in April, a Chuck & Crista jaunt through the fruit orchards of Adams County and the elevations of Kings Gap and Piney Mountain in southern Pennsylvania seemed the perfect antidote to a warm March that pushed … Continue reading

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Early Spring in D.C.

Normally (or, what used to be normal), March is when nature begins to stir. The first Monday of the month, I made my normal bike commute over Memorial Bridge: The willows on the edge of West Potomac Park had broken … Continue reading

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