Author Archives: Margaret

Playing Catch Up: An Almost Real-Time Post

As our regular readers know, our blog is weeks behind schedule and we are actually much farther south in the Chesapeake than where our posts make it appear.  Posts to come include Annapolis, St Michaels, Solomons Island, and more, but … Continue reading

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Exploring Dutch Ship Island and Pusser’s Painkillers

Sometimes the best things happen when you get thrown off schedule.  Our trip from Baltimore to Annapolis didn’t go quite as planned, but instead, we got to check out an elite anchorage and explore a fairytale-esque island.  Some things you … Continue reading

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Bibimbap in Baltimore

We woke up the next morning and decided that we would head back to Fells Point for breakfast.  Vicki had done a little internet sleuthing and suggested that we try Lucia’s diner.  As we meandered through this quaint neighborhood, we … Continue reading

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Heading to the Land of Poe and Key

We left Rock Hall early in the morning, as I was eager to head to Baltimore to photograph a few women who agreed to participate in my current project.  We also wanted to get going early as there were storms … Continue reading

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Still Pond to Rock Hall

When we woke up in Still Pond Jeff asked me when I wanted to get going. My immediate response was “now”. It had been a very rocky evening, and with no plans to go ashore, there was no reason for … Continue reading

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Hunkering down in the Sassafras

When we woke up the next morning the boat was covered in bugs, and we were unable to get internet connectivity on our phones.  Since we needed to be able to get online daily to teach our online classes, we … Continue reading

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Chesapeake City to the Sassafras

Our original plan was to leave Chesapeake City sometime in the early afternoon so that we could make it down to the Sassafras River. However, we decided to watch the US v. Belgium World Cup game in the afternoon instead. … Continue reading

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Chesapeake City

We spent a restful night aboard Bear after the long haul from Cape May to Chesapeake City.  The next morning, we were eager to get ashore and explore the town, formally known as the Village of Bohemia.  In 1839, this … Continue reading

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Cape May Architecture – Victorian Delights!

Cape May is one of the oldest seaside resort towns in America.  The area was discovered by Henry Hudson in 1609 and became a booming vacation destination after the advent of the steamboat, which ferried in wealthy travelers from Philadelphia … Continue reading

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Good Times in Cape May

Sadly, we have fallen WAY behind with our blog.  Luckily, this is due to the fact that we have had busy days, filled with fun and adventure.  While this post surely won’t do our time in Cape May justice, I … Continue reading

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