Rolling Acres Farm visit

This farm today is an equestrian use. Over 90 horses, some boarders
and some trained for shows. Pam Saul runs the farm along with her two
sisters, one racer and one trainer. Her dad still lives in the main
house where they were all raises while each of the families and the
farm hands have their own house today. They employ 15 workers. The old
stone house and barn date to 1806 when the property belonged to the
Gaithers —- the family Gaithersburg is named for. Pam was a
delightful host and walked Henry around in circles riding the horse
Pee Wee while we chatted about zoning and the farm business.