Tasty tour of Talbot County, Maryland Mar23

Tasty tour of Talbot County, Maryland

As an area with such rich history, Eastern Maryland is a not-to-be-missed destination for young and old alike.  From the Revolutionary War to the War of 1812 to the Civil War, you can’t get any closer to the pulse of these events. Home to monuments, museums and battlefields, if you want to relive the events, this is where you want to come. Oh yeah, and when you’ve had your fill of scholarly research, there are great places to eat and have fun besides. C’mon down to the eastern shores of Maryland Coming east across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, you’ll want to follow the signs east towards Ocean City.  After the split with Route 301, look for...

See Annapolis – by land or by sea May13

See Annapolis – by land or by sea

Annapolis is often referred to as America’s Sailing Capital, and is home to the U.S. Naval Academy.  In addition, the Severn River and the Chesapeake Bay provide all the advantages of boating, sailing, and some of the best seafood in the country. Founded in 1649 by a small band of Puritans, Annapolis proved to be ideal for tobacco growers.  By 1695, Annapolis was made the new capital of Maryland. The state house here holds the recognition of being the oldest state house in the nation to remain in continuous operation. There are dozens of ways to enjoy Annapolis, depending on your interests, but we’ll talk about some that I think anyone...