This place is on the corner of Pincushion Rd. and Route 5, and it is just down the street from the place where our Amish farrier Levi lived.
In the 80s it had a drive-in window for alcohol sales. We were waiting for the horses to be shod and Levi was doing a draft horse pulling team. The kids got hungry and thirsty, but the horses were all unloaded and tied to the horse trailer and I couldn't move. So I sent my daughter on her pony with some money and a bucket, and she rode (bareback with a halter) down to this place and up to the drive-in window on her pony and got some sandwiches and soft drinks. I'm pretty sure it had a different name then.
Dress Code: Now this place seems to be where bands perform on a fairly regular basis.
Kneel To Zod, and Hydrax FX have performed there among others.
Saturday, October 30, 2004 - Vertical Smile
Don't miss our Halloween Party Wear a costume and get you're first drink for 1 penny. Costume contest $ 150 prize. First time opening act MOOSE NUCKLERelated to:
- Road Trip
- Beer Tasting
The most notable non-Amish business in Loveville is Third Base, which is a bus stop on the STS routes, and a store. (The Last Stop Before Home).
It is also one of 3 Deer and Turkey Checking Station in St. Mary's County. (The other two are Cartwrights Gas & Go (formerly New Market Texaco), 301-884-3291; Charlotte Hall; and
The Tackle Box, 301-863-8151 or 1-800-397-8151; Lexington Park; Mon- Sun 9am- 6pm)
Bob took this picture when he was inspecting above ground oil tanks. Other than once in a blue moon getting fuel here, we don't stop here.
What to buy: "Conveniences: Ice, Newspapers, Beer, Wine, Liquor, lunch specials, soups, breakfast, gas, Kerosene, bait, Moon Pies, Lotto, Lottery, Keno, Snacks Open 5 am m-f, 7 am weekends Coke Special: 2 liter .99"Related to:
- Road Trip
- Budget Travel