Over the weekend Katy and I took a little trip to the Chesapeake Film Festival. The festival was located in the quaint little town of Easton ,MD which is about 1 hour and 45 min from Washington D.C proper. We were discouraged by the length of the journey but stayed true to the plan. We even braved a forest fire on Rt.50.
The town was the best part of the festival. It was small and had an old town feel. You could easily walk between all of the major event locations and in between each location pass boutique stores, people enjoying the weather, and coffee shops. We stopped to watch Kimjongilia at the historic, deco-style, Avalon theater. So cute.
I would recommend a day trip to Easton for all. And, don’t forget to enjoy some crab and pick up a pumpkin while you’re at it.