Black Walnut Point Inn

Address: 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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      Ready to leave

      A travel blog entry by cgadams1947 on Aug 29, 2013

      I am excited now. We are just killing time till leave for the airport. We will go to hotel and leave the car there they shuttle us to airport and spend night there on the 9 th. flight doesn't leave till 6:20 so we leave here about noon or so That gives plenty of time. Will be on British ...

      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

      Hi everyone, This is the starting point and date that we bought Windwalker. Dylan is living aboard in our berth at Pleasure Cove Marina. He is attending to all of the local purchase details and going over Windwalker to make ...

      Transit to Annapolis

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 30, 2009

      ... out of the Pax River, our course would be almost due north and we were hoping for more west in the forecast. NW would be a bit too much on the nose without a mainsail. This would also be our first use of the new rudders.

      After removing all our dock fenders and one-by-one removing all of our lines to bring aboard, we left the dock at 0755. We had a downwind fast motor run down the Pax River and ...

      The Journey South to Cockrell's Marine Railway

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on May 17, 2008

      6 photos

      ... the marina. The wind was W to S, sometimes as strong as 15 kt. Because of the direction of the wind we spent much of the day motor sailing directly into it. We tacked under the Bay Bridge. We easily passed a Beneteau 43 upwind--we were higher and faster. Anchored at the Rhode River, we were visited by Bruce and Alison C. who live on the waterfront. ...