Travelers passing through Western Maryland also count on being able to stop and pick up some local favorites on their trip, or to get some staples such as fresh baked bread to have when they reach their destination.
“I am blessed with lumber, I guess is what my problem is,” Keith Schoonover said with a grin on a frosty March morning, as he looked over the rim of his glasses at me. Steam from his breath formed a white pillar that hung for a moment at the edge of his grey woolen beard as I pondered what he meant. We walked from one of the two rustic weathered lumber sheds back to the barn.
Living what he calls "artful living" blacksmith Erin Aylor enfolds life lessons into his artform.