Keys to the Clabaugh Room featuring Antrim 1844

Keys to the Clabaugh Room featuring Antrim 1844

My husband and I spent the beginning of last week at Antrim 1844, when we stayed in the Clabaugh Room. The room is named for a state figurehead. Per the Antrim 1844 website, "This room is named after George Washington Clabaugh who purchased the property in 1837. His son, Harvey Morris Clabaugh, was elected Attorney [...]

Historic Bridges of the MidAtlantic: Roddy Road Covered Bridge

Historic Bridges of the MidAtlantic: Roddy Road Covered Bridge

While my husband and I were visiting Antrim 1844, we wanted to take advantage of everything that not only Carroll County, but also nearby Frederick County had to offer. In his case, it was through the scope of the outdoorsman and in my case, through the scope of historic preservation. Our divergent interests came together [...]

Pack a Bag: Antrim 1844, Part I

Pack a Bag: Antrim 1844, Part I

I frequently write about my obsession for history, architectural history, and historic preservation on Lucindervention as well as across my social media channels. It is an interest I developed while living across the pond in Europe while in elementary school, and although it took me twenty-three years and a category five hurricane to understand how [...]

Christmas Cashmiracle

I am really into this cashmere long sleeved tee shirt that purchased last year from the Gap. It is gray, slouchy, and it came in tall. The perfect thing to wear when lounging around the home while still feeling luxurious since it is cashmere. Unfortunately this year, Gap failed us this year and did not [...]

Rank and Fair Isle

This fair isle sweater just arrived at my apartment this week and I cannot wait to wear it in Marblehead next Friday. It is spot on for holiday, perfect for kicking off the Christmas season. While I am not an early holiday celebrator-shamer, I am a purist when it comes to celebrating the holidays. Right [...]