Holiday Inn Express Cambridge
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... town and I was pleased to find a history board on Harriet Tubman, who lived in this area and was a famous agent in the Underground Railroad. She is an important character in Harriet Beecher Stowe's, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (I love that book). There is a museum about her but we missed the few times per week it is open. There are several buildings and homes that are marked as contributing to the Underground Railroad Byway.
... greatest little things ever, had the fright of a life time when a ute pulled perpendicular across 4 lanes of traffic to protect a mother duck and her 5 little ducklings while they crossed the road and we ate a lot of crab.
We were only there 4 days and hi-tailed it out to Annapolis at the first opportunity we got.
... and two basset hounds have a run of the place. Miles spends a great deal of time building houses for Habitat for Humanity, and he is a great cook also. Wednesday night he made us his famous Maryland Crab Cakes and roasted potatoes.
Thurs Sep 19th we drove a short distance to St. Michael's, MD and spent a couple of hours at the Maritime Museum and ...
... boat race (believe it folks, we've got the photographic evidence). Unfortunately, Evan and Keller's boat sank within 3 seconds, but it was all good fun.
Evan and Christine invited us back for a meal that evening. Christine apologised that she didn't have anything in to feed us with, and then rustled up the most amazing fajitas with ...
... is "THE SEA NETTLE".This is a swimming pool with a mesh bottom and noodles around the frame for floating it is really cool.Just think he has made all kinds of $$$$$$ for this simple invention.This morning there are lots of crabbers out so you have to be very careful they are so busy running their crab lines they do not pay attention to boat traffic.It is really interesting to watch them work on the Chesapeake they do not use traps or wire baskets they use ...