Lodgecliffe on the Choptank B&B

Address: 103 Choptank Terrace, Cambridge, Maryland, 21613, United States | Hotel
 
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      CHRISTMAS DAY

      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Dec 25, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      Christmas Day. I have just come in from a walk with Bob, Shackleton and Steven (who has come East for the holidays.) The temperature is 53 degrees, unseasonably warm for this time of year. So far, it has been a mild winter-but it is even warmer in Miami (82 degrees) where we fly just two weeks from today. Three days later we fly to Barbados (82 degrees) where we ...

      First Passage of 2014

      A travel blog entry by ruthandpierce on Oct 25, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      Wabi Sabi and her crew is ready to go.

      Attached is a brief video of her launch and the pile of provisions.

      We leave Tracy's landing bound for Savannah Sunday morning. We hope that the weather holds and we can do it in one shot. There is a possibility that we will encounter headwinds sometime Wednesday. If that happens and we aren't able to make good progress, we will detour to Southport (port of Wilmington, NC) or Charleston and ...

      Feeling Crabby

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on Aug 07, 2012

      15 photos

      ... and prefer the females. All I know is it was all delicious and a lot of hard work!

      What an experience! Barb and I owe a great debt to Don, Dutch and Ellen for a memory that will last a lifetime. We now have a greater understanding and respect for the effort that it takes to harvest blue crabs and the resulting benefits. Don returned us to our site in Mataoka and we said our good byes, planning to leave the next morning for Annapolis.
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      The Underground Railroad, Condensed Version

      A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Oct 11, 2011

      1 photo

      ... of hours.


      The waste of driving time, however, turned out to be in our favor. But 1st a very brief statement on the Bucktown Store: this store is where Ms. Tudjman was hit on the head by an overseer when she attempted to stop that overseer from hurting a slave. She was 13 years old.


      We found the store, having read that if you are lucky you will get to go inside the store so I had only hoped to get inside. So ...

      BAD WEATHER--BAD MOORING BALL

      A travel blog entry by mainship on Jun 10, 2009

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... TO THE RIVERS EDGE LIKE THE OLD DAYS AND NO FENCES.GALESVILLE WAS FOUNDED IN 1652 POPULATION MAYBE 700 AND ALL ARE DESCENDENT'S OF THE HARTGES THE FAMOUS PIANO AND BOAT BUILDER.WE MADE RESERVATIONS FOR A MOORING AND FOUND OUR #25 AND MOORED UP THEN DINGHY ED IN TO CHECK IN AND GET THE SCOOP ON THE LITTLE TOWN.THERE ARE 4 PET SWANS,DUCKS AND CANADIAN GEESE ABOUND.THE DOCK MASTER (A HARTGE) SUGGESTED WE DO THE HERITAGE TOUR AND HANDED US A BROCHURE WITH ...