Dec 4, 2019
I thought I had pulled more photos from our Fort Frederick trip, but obviously I didn’t. The Appalachian Trail runs alongside the fort, so I’ve included those photos.
This means that here in the near future, I will do another post on Fort Frederick, but for now, here are some quick facts about the fort and the Appalachian Trail.
Hope you enjoy!
Things to do:
The Appalachian Trail and the Potomac River:
I know these water photos aren’t actually part of the Potomac River, but an outcropping. After walking along the trail a little ways (no more than an hour) we had to turn back because of the fowl smell coming from the water.
I’ve got more photos of the park, so I will be pulling them and next week, I’m hoping, I will be able to share more about it. The last time we went up to the park, they were doing a French and Indian re-enactment.
Hope you enjoyed the little bit of info I was able to share!
Have a great day!
Thanks for stopping by!!
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