Black Walnut Point Inn

4417 Black Walnut Point Road, Tilghman, Maryland, 21671, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 4417 Black Walnut Point Road, Tilghman, is near Tilghman Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Tilghman

    Feeling Crabby

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Aug 07, 2012

    15 photos

    ... managed to collect a full bushel and a quarter of females and half bushels of males. All sixty pots were rebaited and deployed to soak for another few days. Ellen can crab six out of seven days and is required by law to take Monday off. After deploying the last pot, they sent us into the cabin while they cleaned all of the muck, crab debris and stuff off of the boat. A quick trip back to the slip and we headed back to Don’s house.
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    Semi Great Getaway

    A travel blog entry by h320stargazer on May 27, 2010

    4 photos

    We left Solomons Island at 0615. We needed to go North East because of an event I can't mention yet, and of course the wind was out of the North East. Oh well, we have old diesel fuel to use up.

    We arrived 6 1.2 hours later. Tied up, and now 2 beers later I'm making my first blog entry. The positive thinker in me says this will be a piece of cake, the negative think, much bigger, stronger, and more used says, "right!". Now to upload some ...

    Maize Maze

    A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Sep 07, 2009

    2 photos

    ... in each section also told us how many trivia stations and how many picture stations were in that section.

    That's basically how it worked! Like Kelsey said, we were in the maze for about four hours! But we went in prepared. I had a backpack with snack bars, water bottles, napkins for toilet paper (yes, it came in handy...), and an umbrella. The umbrella also proved vital. It downpoured for ...

    Magothy River Marina

    A travel blog entry by bellavita on Jun 08, 2009

    6 photos

    Just another day sail from Solomons to the Magothy River Marina but we noticed as we moved further north a bit of industrialisation starts to invade the river front. We also passed under the huge Chesepeake Bay Bridge which is a major dual spanbridge in Maryland. Spanning the Chesapeake Bay, it connects the state's eastern rural shore, (Georgetown) with the more urban western shore (Washington DC and Annopolis). ...

    Annapolis again

    A travel blog entry by gknopp on May 17, 2008

    3 photos

    ... foggy afternoon. It was so foggy that we even used the radar on our way up. By 3pm we were entering Spa creek in a light drizzle. We have to get past the Spa Creek bridge and once it decides to open (I waited a half hour when he didn't answer the radio or see me), we move up the creek. Anchoring is closely regulated in Annapolis so it took us nearly another our of patient ...