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

    Wabi Sabi gets wet

    A travel blog entry by ruthandpierce on Oct 23, 2012

    4 photos

    ... area. It has been a wonderful stay.

    We launched Wabi Sabi on October 23 and will set sail on Friday to meet some boater friends in a
    local anchorage this weekend. Then, early Sunday morning we begin our journey
    south to the Bahamas for the winter.


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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 ...

    The Start of of our fantastic Sailing Adventure

    A travel blog entry by windwalkergv on Apr 23, 2010

    12 comments, 8 photos

    ... for the Gills' sailing adventure.

    We are about to retire (end of the week) and head off in about 2 weeks. We will be there in Mid May with Skye ready to begin.

    The pictures are all we have at ...

    Transit to Annapolis

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 30, 2009

    ... was after 1700, so there would be no one at Bert Jabins to direct us to a dock nor help with lines. The wind was perpendicular to the floating docks available for tying up and was still blowing quite hard, even in the confined area of the creek. All the piers had boats tied up near the ends, making it a tight squeeze to get in even without the crosswind. We picked out a spot we thought we could get to ...

    Next Stop: Maryland

    A travel blog entry by globetrotters on Jan 17, 2009

    17 photos

    ... and short skirts or dresses with knee-high leather boots seems to be the outfit du jour, but every lady is working it her own special way.  A few martinis and a few hours later, we decide to head out. Tiffany wants to drive past the Hyatt to see what's going on there, but within 10 minutes of driving off, she's asleep (clearly a morning person; I can totally relate), and the rest of us are tired so we decide to call it a ...