What happened to Frederick Maryland?

Grumpy

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No idea. He dumped me on FB years ago. 😅
Funny, he dialed my number by mistake 2 or 3 years ago. Surprised but I answered whats up? He sprung into the reason why he called (someone else) and after 20 seconds of listening to him, I said you have no idea who you called..lol. We talked for a few, said he was fine and how he had changed his biz around.
 

PrchJrkr

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Wifes' grandmother lived in Libertytown. Wifey just had to show me the potato hole (root cellar) in the side of a hill when we were dating. That place was a Norman Rockwell painting in the 80s.
 

Gilligan

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When I moved there in the mid-90s the downtown was heading decidedly upscale hipster with funky clothing stores, markets, gastropubs, and street art. In the however many years I was there it fully transformed into a legit walky/shoppy/eaty destination, somewhere worth a weekend getaway.
When it was the nearest "big town' to our farm back in the 60s and 70s, Frederick downtown was a real dump. Quite the turnaround...
 

Kyle

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When it was the nearest "big town' to our farm back in the 60s and 70s, Frederick downtown was a real dump. Quite the turnaround...
I’m surprised the hipsters didn’t make them tear it all down in the name of woke anti-history.
 

vraiblonde

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When it was the nearest "big town' to our farm back in the 60s and 70s, Frederick downtown was a real dump. Quite the turnaround...
They really stepped up and did a nice job. Monello and I have seen countless small towns that you can tell had a thriving downtown at one point, and now they're just dead. Or they have the makings of being a destination and for whatever reason the people running the town won't make it happen. DeFuniak Springs about a half hour from me is like that.
 
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