Back Creek Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We took advantage of our friend Joe's friends Gary and Florence again by staying at their lovely dock on the Great Wicomico River. We enjoyed an Italian meal on the Mutual Fun and slept somewhat comfortably without air conditioning. We swam off of the dock with someone standing guard for those nasty sea nettles. We were able to cool off from the warm travel day and then relax as the sunset over the beautiful river. Our 80 gallon ...
Our 5 days in Southern Maryland went by way too fast. We found the weather as warm and humid as NC, GA and FL and the mosquito's even more ravenous! If there's one thing I LOVE about our home in Arizona it's the lack of nasty biting bugs! Minor complaints aside, this area of the country is abundantly lush, green and beautiful, especially down on the water!
We arrived in Solomon's, MD on July 12, and were pleasantly pleased with our suite at the Back Creek ...
Matt and Shawna stayed with us on the boat last night. So today, we biked around Solomon's Island, did a little shopping, went to the Calvert Marine Museum, and just lounged around the boat. They left around 3:00.
Then, Sean and Mandy came by around 6:30 pm. This was our first time meeting Mandy.....very nice and very attractive! We went to dinner at The Lighthouse Restaurant, and they headed back around 9:15.
The plan is to started heading back south tomorrow
Richard spent the last day of his sixth decade cruising north on the Chesapeake Bay on an absolutely perfect day and we crossed into our sixth state - Maryland.
We were spoiled at the Dozier’s Regatta Point Yachting Centre. After we helped “Rambler” off at 6:45 am we enjoyed coffee, juice and donuts in the clubhouse before setting off ourselves. The marina is in a pretty spot which had the most wildlife ...
... of other cruisers who invited us over for drinks and told us of their cruising club that spent weeks exploring the Chesapeake.
The people are so friendly in this part of the world and always interested in where we are from, most of them are stunned at how far we have travelled on Bella as the majority of them stay within the Bay. But if I lived here I could spend years cruising around it to without every having to venture further.