Archive for September, 2013

Herald-Mail Article about Red Chair Visit

September 22nd, 2013 by Cindy Neugebauer

Red Chair gets the Royal Treatment at Red Hill

What a great article in the Sunday paper this morning.  Thank you Meg Partington for writing such a nice story.  Thank you Robert Carder Jr. for photos of our special weekend.Red Chair Travels 005


Red Chair spends weekend at Red Hill

September 22nd, 2013 by Cindy Neugebauer

Saturday morning, September 14, I drove to Frederick to meet Eileen Hoover from Lighthouse Farm B&B.  “Red” had been in Gettysburg for several days and was packed up and ready to visit Southern Washington County, Maryland.    As soon as I parked and got settled there was Eileen, reaching in her trunk to carefully take Red out for his next leg of his journey across the United States.  Traveling with Red was a journal, documenting where Red had been for the last few months.Red Chair Travels 068

After some brief conversation I gently put Red in the back of my Kia for the beautiful drive over the hills of Frederick & Washington County.

We made a few stops on our way to Red Hill.Red Chair Travels 069

After climbing Braddock Mountain I couldn’t resist making a stop at the Washington Monument.

From there we continued through the town of Boonsboro and as we approached Keedysville, home of Red Hill, I couldn’t resisit taking a welcome to Keedysville picture on Rt. 34.Red Chair Travels 070Red Chair Travels 071

Red Chair is coming to Inn at Red Hill

September 13th, 2013 by Cindy Neugebauer

I will be picking up the Red Chair tomorrow morning from the Lightner Farm B&B in Gettysburg.  We will meet in Frederick, MD.

Red will come back to Red Hill and visit with our weekend guests.

We have planned to take Red to Red Heifer Winery on Sunday, September 15, 2013 for some fun photos and of course wine.  We should be arriving around noon.

Monday Red will visit Antietam Battlefield and the C&O Canal after a photo shoot here in the gardens.

Thanks to my buddy Bob Carder for his talented photography skills!  Go Bob.

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