Even with a busy proposal for the Shriner's Hospital in progress, I logged almost 150 training miles this week. The weekend included 100 miles in western Howard and southern Caroll County. One of my favorite destinations and turn around points is Sykesville, a small historic town in southern Caroll County. The town sits along the Patapsco River and was a big stop on the old B&O railroad route. To reach Main Street you descend in and must climb out (a few great options for that include River Road, which follows the river and some nice horse fames or Forsythe Road, which is less scenic, but a tougher grade). The old train station was converted to a great restaraunt called Baldwin's Station. It is one of our favorites and the place we head for anniversaries and special nights out.